27-inch iMac Display Firmware Update
27-inch iMac Display Firmware Update
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27-inch iMac Display Firmware Update1.0

03 February 2010

Addresses flickering issues.

Overview

27-inch iMac Display Firmware Update 1.0 updates the display firmware on 27-inch iMac systems to address issues that may cause intermittent display flickering.

The 27-inch iMac Display Update will update the display firmware on your iMac. Do not disturb or shut off the power on your iMac during this update.

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3 Reviews of 27-inch iMac Display Firmware Update

Echorob
02 February 2010
Version: 1.0

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It's Apple IT JUST WORKS Apples hardware over he last few years has been of very poor quality Whats worse is that Apple just turn a blind eye to it. Since 2006 3 iMacs and a Macbook have all died with zero love from Apple. Pathetic if you ask me.
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Phaleron
02 February 2010
Version: 1.0
The quality of Apple monitors should be commensurate to a) Apple's brand name and reputation, and b) the high price tag carried. The internal policy that views problems like out-of-the-box dead pixels and yellow-tinged displays to be "normal," keeps me away from Apple monitors.
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Echorob
02 February 2010
Version: 1.0
It's Apple IT JUST WORKS Apples hardware over he last few years has been of very poor quality Whats worse is that Apple just turn a blind eye to it. Since 2006 3 iMacs and a Macbook have all died with zero love from Apple. Pathetic if you ask me.
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26cab40
02 February 2010
Version: 1.0
It will be interesting to see if this affects the yellow screen issues currently plaguing 27" iMacs. Apple have not mentioned this issue directly, yet internal communications have been seen that make clear they are aware. If this does fix the issue, why have Apple not made it clear that it was designed to do so ? If it does NOT fix the issue when will Apple respond to the growing and legitimate concerns that are present ?
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