Yeah everyone says that a drop is inevitable if you actually use the laptop as a portable computer, like you're supposed to. I know this isn't a big deal, as dents happened and the computer is seemingly working better than ever, but it still hurts until I get it fixed! Thanks for making me feel al little better though!Not yet.... But I've been bringing mine literally everywhere with me... so it's inevitable that I'll drop it eventually.
I've seen some drop tests and it seems pretty durable. I'm not too worried.
Haha I like how this "well, have you?" is a thing now. No I haven't lost a foot. I keep it in a shell but I know I'd lose one without it lol so that's alright. I'm not a big fan of the feet. They're slippery. I'm just upset about my lid not closing :-O. But it should be fixed.I have. Countless times. Not the Mac itself, but sometimes when I'm packing or unpacking the back-pack I rest the back-pack on a chair and it falls off with the computer in it.
Have you ever lost a foot from an Apple notebook?
Well, have you?
I lost all four and 'cause I'm not fussy, I put in their place four really chunky deep black rubber feet that were previously on a 1990s desktop. The combined mass of all four is probably close to the mass of an Apple Watch.
I know, I didn't either! I try to be so careful with it because it is literally my favorite thing ever. I don't even touch it with greasy hands and I had two cases on it. Still. I guess accidents happen but I can't believe that I dropped it. I just sent it in for repair. You guys think that Apple will be careful with it, right?hi I never thought it would happen to my important Mac! and I dont think it will in the future!