Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by bigfried, Jul 18, 2008.
The UK online store is FULL of MPs on offer...they can't shift them fast enough.....
They might be on for the 22nd refresh, but I'm still very skeptical.
We'll have to wait and see.
What are these offers? I can't see any on the UK store. There does seem to be quite a few Refurbs on their though (MBPs).
Fingers crossed for me. However, I know I am new the the forums but couldn't this have been put into one of the existing threads?
Why wouldn't this just be tons of paranoid new MBP owners returning their new laptops after hearing about this nVidia card defect issue?
I mean, Apple don't "produce" the refurbs themselves, the refurb store is returned Apple products.
Precisely. These threads are getting frustrating. I click each one in case there is a real development and am left disappointed.
But the little voice in my head constantly says there's no smoke without fire....
this is a really informative thread..
thanks to the OP!
now we are for sure, as the sun will rise tom..
that the new MBP is really near..
oh wait... i just viewed 15 other threads like this! with the same information, the same assumptions and nothing NEW to offer..
i'm now going to read the NEXT NEW threads started seconds ago.... and you guessed it, the titles are:
Montevina MBP is here!
new MBP this Tuesday!
the next MBP last week of july!
the next MBP first week of August!
my Friend who works at apple store told me the new MBP are here!
my friend who works at Best buy saw the inventory, new MBPs coming!
and this keeps going and going!
if only i am still 10 yrs old and have the luxury of TIME to waste
Threads like this do NOT belong in the MacBook Pro, PowerBook forums. They belong here:
MacRumors' Page 2 News Discussion (47 Viewing)
unknown reliability, lesser rumors, or speculation
According to the Forum Rules:
"... Post a new thread in the proper forum. ..."
Sometimes it's hard to decide which forum to post in. This thread has to do with a macbook pro. Why not post here?
Although I would like to point out...most of these threads that speculate about a new MBP coming out, deserve more appropriate titles. No one knows how to make an informative title that reflects the subject of the thread and does not mislead readers unfortunately.
If it has to do with hardware or software issues on a MacBook Pro, it belongs here. If it has to do with speculation or wondering when a new model might come out, it belongs in MacRumors' News Discussion. A more appropriate thread title would be "Is the new MacBook Pro coming out soon?", since the current title makes it sound like the OP has definite news of something, which they don't.
unfortunately, the newbie's and even the oldies don't bother reading the forum rules and regulations... at all..
worst.. they don't even bother to check the SEARCH engine for answer..
how many threads have we seen " new MBP coming"
or my next favorite" HELP, Spilled coffee/tea/water/blood/juice/semen on my MBP what shall i do?
the World will be a better place... and there will be WORLD Peace if we give SEARCH" a chance
Since you seem to know all the answers..can you help me out with this one?
I wanted to find out people's opinions on the Iomega Ultramax 500gb harddrive. After I searched for related topics (with no beneficial information), I wanted to post to ask people for buying advice. So where should this post go? In the buying tips and advice section? Or the Mac peripherals section?
All I am saying is that it is hard to discern where topics go sometimes, based on how this forum is structured. No need to pounce every time someone mistakenly posts something somewhere.
If it was me, I would try:
Recent forum posts on the subject, found by using MRoogle search.
MR Guide to Hard Drives, including external drives
Google search for Iomega UltraMax 500 user reviews
If you still don't find what you want, I'd post a new thread under:
Buying Tips, Advice and Discussion
advice, waiting, talk about what to buy
with a title like "Iomega UltraMax 500GB drive experiences?" or something similar, so people can tell from the title of your thread whether or not they have anything useful to contribute.
Yay for another totally useless and uninformative thread!