We should have known this would happen. Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia notes the not so obvious negative health implications facing Mac users.
Reflections and glare on high gloss monitor screens and their relation to the angle of the monitor screen, could cause the operator to adopt awkward postures when viewing the monitor screen and using related equipment.
So, the glossy screens cause Mac users to move to avoid reflection and glare, therefore, bad posture and poor health ensues.
These reflections on the screen can be from internal and external sources such as the overhead lighting and/or position of windows. Awkward postures adopted by the operator may in turn lead to an injury.
Chiropractors must love Mac users.