Apple Thunderbolt display exhibits noise issue with new MacBook Air



  • Reply 21 of 25


    Originally Posted by jragosta View Post

    Yes, we know how feeble your imagination is - you don't need to prove it.

    It could be:

    - accident

    - a drunk person

    - Someone distracted by someone else

    - Someone pushing someone out of the way of danger

    Not surprising that you're unable to see anything but your own silly, narrow, fantasies.



    So which one was it?  Don't leave us hanging!  I'd wager on the pissed-off drunk, myself.



    And how was that you said about you were "wearing" your iPhone?  Wearing it?  How?

  • Reply 22 of 25
    boredumbboredumb Posts: 1,414member


    Originally Posted by mstone View Post


    Originally Posted by jragosta View Post

    Says who?

    For example, I went into an Apple Store with my iPhone 4. I explained that I was pushed into the pool while wearing the phone and it obviously got soaked. 

    Did you tell someone that they were a clueless idiot who didn't know what they were talking about right before they pushed you?

    Almost certainly - most of his posts begin that way, so, presumably, most of his conversations probably do as well...

    Wait, my bad, they would start with, "Nonsense", and run from there.

  • Reply 23 of 25

    I'm encountering the same issue on the Macbook Pro w/ Retina.

  • Reply 24 of 25

    How can you be confident it's a software problem. Are you a chip designer and know exactly how these audio chips work?

  • Reply 25 of 25
    jragostajragosta Posts: 10,473member
    And how was that you said about you were "wearing" your iPhone?  Wearing it?  How?

    Jerrytroll proves his ignorance gain.

    Ever hear of a phone case that attaches to your belt?
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