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Apple spent an estimated $10,000 trying to repair a MacBook Pro when the fix was incredibly simple — and it shows a limitation of Apple's latest MacBook designs (AAPL)

Business Insider Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Apple spent an estimated $10,000 trying to repair a MacBook Pro when the fix was incredibly simple — and it shows a limitation of Apple's latest MacBook designs (AAPL)· Apple tried to fix a photographer's MacBook Pro, with the repairs costing an estimated $10,000.
· The issue involved the computer's screen, which didn't seem to turn on no matter what. Apple did some costly repairs. 
· In the end, it turned out the screen's brightness setting was turned all the way down, which is a simple...
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