I disagree.First, you sound like a troll.
No, I have not experienced this, nor have I heard of it on these forums.Wow. This is why people bash Apple fanboys.
I am currently typing on a white MacBook that is on its second battery because of this exact issue. The funny thing is, my old battery still gets ~2 hours of battery life, but it is ridiculously bulged out. This was a known problem with a previous Apple computer and the OP just wants to know if the MBA suffers from the same problem. I would also be interested as I am considering a MBA for my next computer.
This is what I hope.This. I've never heard of it happening commonly outside of the old multibody MBP's.
We'll just have to agree to disagree.I disagree.
If one reads the OP's post, it asks one simple question without any accusations or trashing of Apple.
Perhaps you have a deep seated need to be negative and accuse. Why not respond without assuming, or accusing. It makes one look better when they are friendly.
No bulging battery here,How common is it...
Eh... the MacBook Air IS a matte finish. Like all Apple computers are currently.But in the gripe department, does anyone else find the paint on the MB-A to be kind of glittery and 1990's in a bad way.
If anyone from Apple is reading this thread (and I know you probably are) possibly consider a matte finnish for the next revision.
Just a suggestion.
1. That image isn't an Apple Laptop. There are buttons that don't exist on any Apple computer...