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  • Dr. Huxtable Level 1 Level 1

    Worked like a charm for me.

  • iMarc845 Level 1 Level 1

    To NWB1:


    Thank you for your suggestion. But unless you're planning to purchase said MacBook Air for me, STFU. Your comment is not helpful for someone who just purchased a new MacBook Pro and can't just run out an buy an Air, too.

  • Lisa was my 1st mac Level 1 Level 1

    My 17 is almost unusable compared to my 2010 model. Edges are sharp as a dull razor. To adapt I wear bicycle gloves. Why would the edge lip change over a two year period? Apple should stick with creating great performance and keep what works well alone. My current $5k investment is a 7 out of 10.

  • Apollo471 Level 1 Level 1

    Went to Apple store in 2011, tried the aluminum computers, and I remember thinking, this is going to cut into my wrists, and it's one of the reasons I ended up buying a white macbook. After reading post after post of people saying the edge gets painful for them, I am so thankful I went with the white unibody, as I would not want to have that problem. It's now about two years later. My white macbook has not given my a single problem in all this time, not a single one. Best laptop I've ever owned hands down. 

  • Apollo471 Level 1 Level 1

    Your claim that it's the same with the white unibody is not true, at least on mine. Not once has the edge bothered me, whereas the aluminum did.

  • kathi wren Level 1 Level 1

    it's guesstimate.

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