Changes to 2012 MBA -- worth waiting

mecfire

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Jun 13, 2012
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Hopefully this makes sense - Is there any benefit to waiting a few weeks/months to buy the new MBA from a component standpoint? Does apple ever make tweaks/changes to work out bugs as the new models get used by consumers?
 

mecfire

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Jun 13, 2012
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Plus, this is already the retweaked model. 3rd revision matter of fact. Any kinks that may have shown up in the redesigned 2010 MBA model are all gone by now.
That's a good point. Thanks for the input!
 

aleni

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Jun 2, 2006
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The only macbook air's issue i was having was the first gen. It gets hot alot made the air unusable at all with all those jerky stuttering mouse and system.

Rev B is better but still having a hot issue, but the system is still usable.

The redesigned macbook air in 2010 until now, all have no issue at all.

I have all the macbook airs from rev a b c to 2010, 2011 and soon is gonna be 2012 :D
 

sarah11918

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Aug 14, 2010
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Personally, I'm going to wait until the machines have Mountain Lion installed on them. I'm still on Snow Leopard, not in a terrible hurry, and I figure it's not worth the hassle of changing operating systems for a month.

But hardware-wise, I can't think of a reason to wait.
 

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