iPod and iBook Complaints?

CNN reports on user complaints and two potential class action suits from iBook and iPod owners.

Various users apparently have reported recurrent problems with their iBook displays and video output, and according to the article, the problems appears stem from faulty motherboards.

iPod complaints stem from the claim that "Apple's warranty does not run long enough to cover problems with the player's battery." Apple presently offers a $99 battery replacement program for users with battery problems out of warranty.

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