A closer look at Apple's 15-inch MacBook Pro



  • Reply 61 of 62
    melgrossmelgross Posts: 33,508member

    Originally posted by Towel

    Someone might have to hit me a cluestick, but assuming your USB stick doesn't have a hard disk inside, why would the solid-state memory be affected by a magnetic field?


    that's a good point. The field would have to be VERY strong to cause a problem there.
  • Reply 62 of 62
    Ok, maybe that was my weird idea... I'm still from the floppy age, and I recall that those were sensitive to magnets, and as far as I know, you have to be cautious in general with magnets in combination with electronics... but I gather this doesn't apply to flash mem, which is just our luck then
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