This year 2013 has been quite unfortunate for computers like the current MacBook Air, which has suffered since its presentation and sale to the public constant problems in the WiFi connection and different black screens intermittently and randomly, something that we already discussed at the time at the end of July.
Due to different initial reports Apple has put to work to solve these problems with the presentation of Mavericks without going any further as different updates for integrated graphics And it came out exclusively for the 2013 MacBook Air.
Even with everything it does not seem to have finished tackling the problem and it is that these random "blackouts" of the screen are still present to a greater or lesser extent on these computers.
As we have already mentioned, this problem is derived in part when the user moves, touches or lightly hits the equipment where what appears to be a sensor activates the sleep mode causing the screen to darken. Many users keep reporting this problem even after have updated the system and installed the patches. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BRB0fkrVIF8It seems to occur more frequently when the MacBook Air is using the battery instead of being connected to the power with the charger. The only thing I can think of is going to a store or use warranty to make a replacement of the equipment effective in case the solution is not found.
Until then to those who are affected by the problem it is highly recommended to keep the equipment plugged in to the current to avoid this problem no matter how annoying or impractical it may be.
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