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Forum roundup: MBP with a Retina display?

updated 03:40 pm EST, Fri December 16, 2011

Current forum topics

Rumors that Apple is to launch a MacBook Pro with a Retina display have surfaced, and MacNN forum goers were quick to jump on the topic, click here to read more or join in. Earlier this week one Fresh-Faced Recruit started a thread looking for some help with MacBook Air iSight problems.

Yesterday jprint714 started a thread looking for a way to omopreove their overall backup system, click here to provide some assistance. One Mac Elite was curious about installing a Linux desktop environment in OS X, and has turned to the forums for some advice. In the thread titled "Activity Monitor hide & seek" one user is looking for some reasons as to why certain items don't show up in the Activity Monitor.

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  1. facebook_John

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    Joined: Jun 2012


    Your not supposed to fix it yourself

    Your not supposed to fix it yourself. That's why Apple has a warranty and stores across the country with trained technicians to do it for you. Also Applecare if you don't have a store in your area. Fixing anything yourself hardware related can void your warranty and cost you a lot more. The Retina Macbook Pro is high end and you shouldn't need to upgrade it at all. 8 gigs of ram is a huge amount that no application takes advantage of. And it has the fastest processor and video processor on the market so you don't need to again.

  1. Sandman619

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Unrepairable = Great for Customers

    Then that suggests that Apple has ensured that the components are the most reliable they've ever offered, since all in-warranty & AppleCare warranty models will be swapped out for new models should ANYTHING go wrong. If it can't be repaired, then that's their only other option. Seems like a great deal for Apple customers

    Cheers !

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