Retina MacBook Pro Data - Image Retention

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by tom., Sep 18, 2012.

  1. tom. macrumors 6502

    tom.

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    #1
    Since this issue is attracting a lot of attention on the forum I am interested to see if there is any correlation of data across build weeks (especially starting now if this gains more traction). If you post your data here I will compile it into a spreadsheet and make it available somehow.

    Use this link to check for the details, then we can keep it consistent. Enter your serial in the top left search box: http://www.appleserialnumberinfo.com/Desktop/index.php

    Post your:
    Order Date
    Arrival Date
    Build Week (via link above)
    Production Number (via link above)
    Screen Manufacturer
    Configuration (CPU/RAM/Flash Size)
    Image Retention (Acceptable, Unacceptable, None)


    For Example:
    Order Date: 13/09/2012
    Arrival Date: 17/09/2012
    Build Week: 38
    Production Number: 830
    Screen Manufacturer: Samsung
    Configuration: 2.6/16/256
    Image Retention: None

    I know the Image Retention section is subjective but it's interesting data to collect on people's opinions of it. I will calculate age from the difference between Arrival Date and the date you post the data.

    By submitting your data here you are giving me permission to hold it in a persisted form against your MacRumors username, only post if you agree to those terms!

    If we try to keep other speculation in separate threads we can keep this relatively tidy.

    Thanks.
     
  2. shelhed217 macrumors member

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    Post your:
    Order Date: 9/15/12
    Arrival Date: n/a (bought at best buy)
    Build Week (via link above): Week 37 (September)
    Production Number (via link above): This unit was number 411 to be built that week.
    Screen Manufacturer: Samsung
    Configuration (CPU/RAM/Flash Size): 2.6/8/512
    Image Retention (Acceptable, Unacceptable, None): None
     
  3. tom. thread starter macrumors 6502

    tom.

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    #3
    I don't think I've read about any week 38 (appleserialnumberinfo) lg displays. Early days though!
     
  4. jffluis macrumors regular

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    #4
    Order Date: 21/08/2012
    Arrival Date: 05/09/2012
    Build Week: 35
    Production Number: 1124
    Screen Manufacturer: Samsung
    Configuration: 2.6/16/512
    Image Retention: None
     
  5. rdav macrumors 6502

    rdav

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    #5
    Retina Display Brand ~ via MBP Serial Number?

    Does anyone know if it is possible to determine the Retina display manufacturer, and SSD brand, via the Serial Number? Presumably, Apple support have all this info, but will they supply it upon request? And that does not work, then can it be determined via AppleCare? Would be great to know before unboxing the machine and facing possible weeks of downtime waiting for replacements (even if that is processed). Thanks.
     
  6. M5RahuL macrumors 68020

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    #6
    That link has no info about my model and I can't submit any info because the MBP radio button is marked *inactive*

    Anyway, here is the info from : http://www.chipmunk.nl/klantenservice/applemodel.html/


    Serial number: C02Jxxxxx
    Model Number: BTO
    Group1: MacBook
    Group2: Pro
    Generation:
    Machine Model: MacBookPro10,1
    Model introduced: 2012
    Production year: 2012
    Production week: 29 (July)
    CPU speed: 2.7GHz
    Family name: Become a pro user to see this information. (sorry)
    Screen size: 15 inch

    Screen: Samsung
    IR : No
    Config: 2.7/16/768
    Order Date : Picked up from an Apple store on 08/09/2012 [ it was in stock ]
     
  7. tom. thread starter macrumors 6502

    tom.

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    Good one to add there: whether you bought in store. Good thinking batman.
     

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