Hi all Just had word from my insurance claim company that they are willing to settle cash for my irreparable 13” MacBook Pro (early 2015, i7 3.1GHz, 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD). They are saying that they will offer cash based on the equivalent model to be a new Pro with touchbar, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD but the processor offered is the i5 3.1GHz. They say it’s actually faster than my old laptop but I have rejected that, because I believe I should have an i7. So my question is do I have a viable argument to claim I must receive an i7 ? Are they right to say performance is better ? My use cases are mainly editing 4K video in iMovie/Final Cut Pro, spreadsheet modelling in Excel via Windows 10 running in Parallels. I do a fair bit of video conversion too (Blu Ray to iTunes).