Reports have confirmed that technology giant Apple is giving out cash payments to the customers who are still facing problems with their 27-inch iMacs, which have been affected and ruined by many screen problems.
As of now, there are no 27-inch LCD screens available in the UK which might end up effectively fixing the display issues of the desktop, so Apple is instead offering complete refunds to customers, in addition to 15% more.
While some of the news iMac machines have been plagued by flickering screens, which are now fixable thanks to a firmware update by the company, there are others which have gone on to develop a strange yellow tint on the display.
The 27-inch iMacs are currently facing a shortage of supply, and despite a sea of problems, Apple has insisted that the shortages are not a result of the stopped production but the "overwhelming" popularity of the device.
The display problems have been the very latest in a long list of other issues that have affected the new, large screen desktops, including the refusal of early versions to boot up and cracked cases.
Although the 27-inch iMac is still listed as available on the Apple UK website, it has a shipping date of a minimum of 3 weeks.
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