Apple Admits to Yellow-tint IMac Issues
For all of you who bought a brand new iMac only to have something sickly and yellow-tinted show up, it looks like you may finally get some answers--or at least, a public admission of the problem.
Apple doesn't always do the best job of publicly responding to customer concerns--consider
So color me surprised (get it?) to hear that the company on Friday made a public admission to Gizmodo regarding the yellow-tint fiasco. Apple didn't return our request for comment, but its representatives reportedly delivered the following statement to Gizmodo:
We've addressed the issues that caused display flickering and yellow tint. Customers concerned that their iMac is affected should contact AppleCare.
Sure, there's no outright apology, but it's a start.
For now, if you suspect you own one of these problematic Macs, the easiest thing to do is try a screen test--if any part of that image looks yellow to you, it might be worth your while to call up AppleCare or make an appointment at your local Apple Store.