LG has found a fix for a problem that left its high-end Mac monitor unable to work properly when placed within a few feet of a router. An LG spokesman told Recode that the company is adding additional shielding to newly manufactured models. […]
Existing models will be able to be retrofitted with the enhanced shielding, which will allow the monitor to be placed near a router.
That’s a lot of fun, packing up a 27-inch display, shipping it to LG, and waiting for it to come back. Not a great start to Apple’s “let’s count on someone else to make the external displays for Macs” plan.
In my opinion, 2016 was kind of a clusterfuck for Apple. Hopefully, 2017 will be better.