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Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by Demon Hunter, Jul 10, 2006.
Is anyone else developing a green dot on the grey bumpers beneath the white MacBook?
I thought it was strange, I don't have any green tables.
im so glad i paid the extra for the black MacBook! there seems to be so many cosmetic problems with the white books...
Well, it's not really an issue (unless you use your MacBook upside down). Mainly it's just weird.
My Apple Bluetooth mouse has a plastic rim along the bottom with the same grey color that also is turning green.
...And I do not have a green table either.
I also have the green dot's, their right in the middle of the circular feet. Also, one of the bumpers/feet is pushed in much more than the other ones.
Sounds like everyone's MacBooks are coming down with some sort of illness- I hope that it is not a virus.
Mine are green to but hey what do I care, I hardly ever look at the bottom of my macbook anyways.
We're talking about tiny sort of green dots on the bottom of the rubber feet. there aren't any cosmetic problems with the white macbooks besides Some people experiencing staining, but so far barely anybody has had that.
I'm so glad I didn't pay the extra money because the blackbooks are ugly as hell, why would you get a black apple. The white ones are so shiny and striking!
Mine still looks perfect!!!
green dots on palm rest
I have a blackbook, and it has developed small green dots on the right corner, on the surface of the wrist/palm rest. I only have had this macbook for a week, and have always washed my hands before I use (even though I knew that blackbook is not suffering from discoloration issue...). I thought it was only me who has green dots, and thought this macbook was extremely fragile... Well, I still do not know what caused this green dots...seems strange.
yeah but i don't so much care.