Apple recently updated its MacBook Air computers to include Intel’s new Haswell processors. Reviews have thus far been relatively positive, praising the computer’s class-leading design and all-day battery life. Not everyone is happy, however. A number of customers have taken to Apple’s support forums to vent their frustrations with a Wi-Fi connectivity bug that is reportedly affecting new models. It would appear as if impacted computers can connect to the Internet, however after a few minutes they lose their connections and require a complete system reboot. Gizmodo claims that one Apple’s retail stores in London has experienced returns and complaints that have been “well above average.” It is unclear if or when Apple plans to address the issue.
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