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Apple released a second software update designed to fix display problems experienced by some customers using its uber-sexy 27-inch iMacs this week, but it seems problems remain with the product.

Gregg Keizer at Computerworld confirms most users are happier now, as the update has repaired he flickering display problem for most customers who had experienced it. However, a minority of customers continue to be affected by the problem which has afflicted the first-gen 27-inch all-in-one iMac.  That’s something Apple wants to address if they want to restore consumer confidence before their iPad rollout in less than two months.

On release, Apple described its most recent update as being designed to address these

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