Apple Computer has been hit with a class action lawsuit accusing the company of selling defective Mac laptops for as much as $1,000.
The lawsuit, filed in California, claims that Apple sold thousands of Mac laptops between 2008 and 2017, costing customers up to $3,500 each.
The lawsuit seeks $3.3 billion in damages, claiming that the defective Macs were manufactured at the company’s own facilities.
The complaint states that the laptops were not inspected for flaws before shipment and that the Macs had “abnormal features that caused them to perform poorly in use, including issues with power, temperature, brightness, and noise levels.”
The lawsuit also alleges that the company failed to make warranty claims or provide any information to customers about the problems it was finding in its computers.
Apple did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.
Apple is being sued in the U.S. and in California.
The company is also being sued by the U, S. and several foreign governments.
The U.K. is also suing Apple.
Apple also recently announced it would be removing a number of Macs from its online store, and it will be bringing back the Mac Pro, Mac Mini, and Mac Mini Pro, but the company is expected to be bringing those back sooner rather than later.
The Mac Pro was also replaced with a thinner model.