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  1. wivvy's dad

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    Just e-mailed that article to my dear wife who has been talking about replacing her MacBook pro:thumb:
     
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    just like a modern car then......if you aint got the specialist tools there's no point opening the bonnet.
     
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    not really as with this analogy, every time the car needed fuel it would have to be sent back to the manufacturer to fit a new fuel tank

    the new macbook pro has a non user replacable battery as its glued in. increasing the installed memory would mean replacing the whole board as its soldered on.

    people have got used to buying a computer and then being able to upgrade some components or even have a spare battery. Apple seem to expect users to just buy a new model at high cost every year or 2 at best. the batteries are only good for 300 recharges
     

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