Again, this is media blowing something out of proportion. So a few iBooks had issues. Okay, Apple can fix those on a case by case basis. They always have. I have never had an issue with an Apple product that they weren't willing to correct. If it actually is a "design flaw", as these people suggest, then Apple will no doubt offer a voluntary recall/repair program as it always has in situations that call for it.
But to make this out as some sort of epidemic like this article does is insane.
I especially love the "warning" from the consumer group about their "100% success rate" with suing companies. That is what really cheapens and discredits this 'report'. They are no better than the ambulance-chasing, "accident and injury" shysters. Getting customers full rebates, with interest... for a machine that is 3 years old????? This group is simply out to make a buck. I hope they get shut down.