Originally Posted by DGNR8
Here we go...
Closed system, users can not change battery, memory or hard drive.
[$10M lawsuit jargon]
All of Apple's computers are closed systems. So what? You cannot user-replace the hard drive in any of their iMacs (officially). So what? You can't change the HDD or
RAM in the Mac Mini. So what?
Unless Apple has a monopoly on the PC industry (which it doesn't, by the way) then its closed system isn't illegal in the US. So get over it.
HERE'S THE THING THOUGH:
I agree with you that Apple is selfish and fails to give its customers choice. Unfortunately, the only thing you can do about it is complain to Apple or boycott their products.
Apple did not personally afflict you, or take away your rights. There is no lawsuit.