The newly-updated Apple MacBook Air laptop could prone to a longstanding Retina display issue that can leave screens with a smudge-like appearance.
In a memo sent out to Apple Authorised Service Providers, Apple cops to an issue with the anti-reflective coating on the Retina displays of MacBook Air models for the first time.
“Retina displays on some MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro computers can exhibit anti-reflective (AR) coating issues,” the memo obtained by MacRumors says.
Apple had previously admitted this was the case with the 12-inch MacBook and MacBook Pro computers, but previous guidance hadn’t mentioned the MacBook Air models.
The range first got a Reina display in 2018 when it was first rebooted. The range was updated just last week with a more powerful option for…