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wood1208 said:One can not beat up or file law suit against Apple because few of them have keyboard issues. Some use certain keys lot more than others or hit harder or eat over keyboard with crumbs inside keyboard gaps,etc. Keyboard is mechanical component so every keyboard(keys) will have some kind of problem at some point in time so we need to compare current MBP's keyboard issues with the previous gen MBP and rest of industry's(windows) laptops keyboard. If at par or above than case closed. Someone can argue that MBP price compare to similarly equipped(under hood) laptops is higher so reliability expectation is higher but discussion of that topic is for some other time.
Sorry you are completely wrong.
Having had a new machine fail three times in less than a month. These are faulty.
We've had had a higher than 40% failure rate across these machines internally.
Now someone will come along and say that they’re all being used wrong no doubt !
StrangeDays said:sedicivalvole said:Completely uninterested. It’s grey. Brilliant. It’s still an iMac. Great for those that are happy.
Not for me. Get it out of the way and deliver a new Mac Pro please. Then I’ll be excited. If done correctly it should breeze past the iMac “Pro”
New Mac Pro!!! New Mac Pro!!!
The designers of the chair, Barber and Ed Osgerby, met with Ive several years ago over drinks, Fast Company said on Tuesday. The pair explained to him that the Pacific was designed to be "quiet," with curves that let it blend into any environment.
Ive reportedly raised an eyebrow, telling the Osgerbys "That's interesting."
Correction. BarberOsgerby is
Ed Barber and Jay Osgerby.
Not “the Osgerbys”