Apple reportedly acknowledges MacBook Air bugs internally, promises fixes
Apple isn't acknowledging any of the apparent issues with the new MacBook Air publicly just yet, but BGR is reporting that it's heard from a source who says the company is at least now confirming some of the problems internally. That's further backed up by some screen shots said to come from Apple's internal support system, which tell Apple employees what to in the event of a buggy MacBook Air, and say that Apple is aware of the problems and is working on a software fix. Of course, that's still far from a sure thing until Apple confirms it itself, but it does seem safe to assume that it at least knows something is going on.
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