After stalking the refurb store like a hawk for the last three weeks, I grabbed a 2015 11" MacBook Air i5 8GB 128GB, or so I thought... When I received my delivery my first surprise was to see I had received the laptop in an authentic MacBook Air box that was neatly shrink-wrapped, not a plain brown box. (I haven't bought from the Apple refurb store for many years so I don't know what Apple's current policy is on packaging for refurbished models). I checked the sticker on the back of the box and all of the specs matched up with the model I ordered, so far so good... I unwrapped the machine and inspected it closely. Looks brand new, not a mark to be seen anywhere. Tested the fit of the ports and they were nice and tight as you would expect from a brand new machine. Plugged it in, switched it on and completed setup. Slightly surprised to find OS Sierra installed and not El Capitan (the 2015 13.3" 2.7GHz MBP I bought from John Lewis last week came with 10.11.6 on it), so I'd have thought a 2015 Air would also have shipped with El Capitan? The next part is what put a on my face. I go to check System Information to see how many battery cycles it's had. The answer is 2 cycles, which suggests a brand new battery, right?). I then notice the processor specs say 2.2GHz i7. But the specs on the refurb site and the label on the box say 1.6GHz i5. I'm assuming the System Information specs are the correct ones here? If so then I'm absolutely delighted, as I really wanted the i7 but resigned myself to taking an i5 because I thought there would be very little chance of an i7 appearing in the refurb store! I do have one concern though. How does this affect my 1 year standard warranty (and extended Apple Care, if I choose to buy it), if Apple's records show that my machine is a 1.6GHz i5 when it's really a 2.2GHz i7?