A fix is a change made to a software package or app that makes it work better.
But in this case, Apple has made the problem worse by not including a fix for a flaw that affects the display of laptops and tablets.
That would have solved the problem for the majority of users.
The problem occurs when a laptop screen can’t display the full resolution of a video card that’s used by the laptop.
This problem can affect a lot of different devices, but especially tablets.
Apple has fixed the problem with a software update for its laptops and iPads.
The problem can also affect tablets.
In this case the fix includes a fix to a bug in Apple’s software that causes the laptop to display less detail on a screen than it would on a standard display.
The fix fixes the problem but it’s not an immediate fix.
The software update is available for the Mac, iPad and iPhone, and will be available for some other Apple devices in the coming weeks.
Apple issued a statement Monday afternoon, saying that Apple has addressed the problem.
Apple is also working to fix the issue with future software updates.
Apple says that it plans to release an update to its software in the next few weeks to fix a problem that affects some devices, including the iPad, MacBook Pro, Apple Watch and MacBook Pro with Retina display.
The fix is the latest in a string of software updates that Apple releases that are supposed to fix problems with its hardware.
It’s the latest step in Apple taking a long-term approach to the problem of laptop screen distortion.
Apple introduced a new software update in December, 2016 that added a fix that fixes the issue.
Apple also announced a new feature to its Mac software that lets users make changes to their Mac and other applications, including changes to the way apps work.