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jeyf

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Jan 20, 2009
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would be nice if Apple cleaned up their act:

i got burned with my 2017 MBP:(, it was expen$ive
had to endure a year+ of the new unit actually a little dangerous (never knowing what comes off the KB).
like the straps falling off a new Gucci hand bag... co-workers making jokes of my technology choices.

by the way, have you noticed this:
there is a whole industry that comes out of the woodwork to thumb DOWN every new apple product release
next, a round of pro apple trolls to thump UP the new release
than the class action court cases spring up
than apple throws a bone to the loyal customers
MAGIC, the lawyers go away too !
the product goes into closet.

i really looked around macrumors.com where to place this post.
 
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Partron22

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Apr 13, 2011
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Sorry Plett. It's hard being the son of an engineer:
Form is nice, but function is essential.
Things should be built to a spec to handle events that exceed normal stresses.

"Some of your iPads may arrive slightly warped" translates to "We failed".
 

Tech198

macrumors P6
Mar 21, 2011
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Australia, Perth
How dare you! WE are so lucky to have these amazing products regardless of their shoddy workmanship!

lol

ok,,, but what about something we "can't" control. ? Exchange rate,, VAT etc... GST over here in Australia. It only "seems" high because of the quality of components.
 

maflynn

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May 3, 2009
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I would love to see that Apple rethink the high priced products, I'm getting to the point where it makes little sense to plunk down over a grand for a phone that used to be cost me 200 dollars on subsidy
 
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