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Why apple has not fixed or atleast responded to users on LION Overheating issue???

860 Views 16 Replies Latest reply: May 25, 2012 10:43 AM by OGELTHORPE RSS
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mebyin Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
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Apr 1, 2012 3:25 AM

I am having a MacBook Pro 13 bought last year.


I was happy with my snowleopard but, my friend sugested to upgrade to LION, paid all money and upgraded to LION,


Within a week overheating started, and it was difficult to keep it on my lap.


I have tried all the tricks mentioned in apple communities and other websites to solve this heat ,, sorry OVERHEATING issue .. but no benefit....


My MacBook Pro 13 had been thouroughly checked in apple serivce centre and no hardware issue had been found for the heat issue... so its LION only...

Also to mention that i use very less number of applications opened at a time, like firefox, chrome and itunes. So the heating is not due to usage of heavy applications .



After searching the whole interenet and apple community forum, i am surprised to see that there is no response from anyone in apple.. dont they periodically check what apple users are facing.. ?? dont they monitor the apple community so that they can fix the issues before it gets out of hand.....


I think Apple doesnt care on whats happening in Apple community portal, so we all are on our on... 


I had a very good impression abt apple. until before upgrading to Lion... crap my MONEY IS GONEEE.


For anyone who got solution for this issue, other than the trick to delete Citrix plugin, disable spotlight etc, I am ready to welcome any new WORKING solution for this OVERHEATING...

Mac OS X (10.7.3)
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