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wirelessmacuser
Nov 6, 2010, 04:30 PM
Can someone post a link that proves there is such a thing as an MBA "Ultimate"?

I see this word tossed around to suggest the fully loaded model of either an 11 or 13" is the "Ultimate MacBook"

Using that logic, every single Apple Laptop I own is an Ultimate Model.

I'm not seeing this designation on Apples site.

Please provide a link for verification.

Cheers...



Bluemeanie1976
Nov 6, 2010, 04:35 PM
Erm... I don't think it is an apple description, merely something to describe the top specced version of whatever model you have.

ingramLee
Nov 6, 2010, 04:35 PM
What he said.

fuzzielitlpanda
Nov 6, 2010, 04:38 PM
there is no official designation. yes, if you have a fully spec'd mac, then it can be considered the ultimate version. however, the word only came to use with the new mbas, so it would be silly calling something else ultimate since i doubt anyone will know what you're talking about.

MikePA
Nov 6, 2010, 06:09 PM
Can someone post a link that proves there is such a thing as an MBA "Ultimate"?
There's no such link and you know it.

I see this word tossed around to suggest the fully loaded model of either an 11 or 13" is the "Ultimate MacBook"
MacBook Air, 11.6", 4 gigabytes of memory, 128 gigabyte SSD, 1.6 Mhz CPU

or

MBA11 Ultimate

Which is simpler?

Could someone post a link to a dictionary that proves LOL, OMG, LMAO are 'official' words.

Using that logic, every single Apple Laptop I own is an Ultimate Model.
Now we get to the real reason for this thread, the old "mine is bigger than yours" reason.

I'm not seeing this designation on Apples site.
We get your point.

Please provide a link for verification.
See previous answer.

Cheers...
To you as well.

koobcamuk
Nov 6, 2010, 06:14 PM
Could someone post a link to a dictionary that proves LOL, OMG, LMAO are 'official' words.


Acronyms, not words :)