- Feb 4, 2010
Yeah bro it was a bit of a bummer but honestly I ended up getting those specs above for 2708.94 including two day shipping and tax included so I think I made out pretty good. Bummer is I could've actually got a refurbished one with a better Radeon for the 2900 but not sure if Apple employee discounts work on refurbs.Oh no, that's too bad. But, the refurbished discounts aren't too major and you say said you already got a discount so you probably didn't spend too much more then you would have anyway. You always have that 14 day window if the difference is worth the hassle.
I got a brand new 460, and on the first startup I had a rainbow burst screen for a few seconds. After that setup completed normally and the computer performed well, generally. But, I did feel like I hung more often than usual with the spinning beach ball, just doing some simple tasks like switching safari tabs. I sent it back.Some tempting configurations listed, anyone know how the Radeon Pro 460 has been holding up? I know users were experiencing some issues but I haven't seen any posts saying performance improved.
Don't worry about it. Delete AppleCare and buy it later.After adding a 15in TB to my cart I try to add AppleCare for purchase as well but I get pop up in the screenshot I uploaded. Any reason as to why?
VERY cool, I will do that & thank you for the tip!Don't worry about it. Delete AppleCare and buy it later.
Since AppleCare for a MacBook does not cover accidental damage you can always get it at a later data during your original warranty period. Some people get it at discount from Amazon.
There's a 14-day return window at any authorized dealer.Does this mean if it was just bought from B&H it can't be returned?
Haven't heard of any problems specific to the 460, i.e. that don't also happen with the others.Some tempting configurations listed, anyone know how the Radeon Pro 460 has been holding up? I know users were experiencing some issues but I haven't seen any posts saying performance improved.