Reviews and Problems with Apple MacBook Pro 15" 2nd Gen (2008-2012)
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DO NOT BUY FROM THIS SELLER
2 weeks ago
Summary: i was told this was a md103ll/a when in fact it is a mb466ll/a then when i tried to figure out what the issue was with the seller i was sent very aggressive emails this seller took no responsibility and stating that i don't know what talking about. her answer in the end was that i didn't read something that is no longer there.
Summary: This is a great little machine. It has power and speed. I purchased it for my son who uses it to do the bulletins and video for our small church. The results are always astonishing as attested to by the comments received when he posts the flyers and videos on facebook.
Summary: IN THIS PARTICULAR MACBOCK PRO ME WENT VERY BAD I THOUGHT WOULD ME TO EDIT VIDEO OR PHOTOS, BUT WHY TAKE A MAC SCREEN BEGIN SEND WHITE AND TOLD ME THERE IN PARTICULAR THAT MANY HAD PREVIOUS REPAIR AND COULD NEVER fix he seems, EL SELLER IF THEY WERE PUT BUT SUDDENLY MY VERY VERY FREQUENT APARESION ME SOMETHING THAT IS NOT USED TO WORK
Summary: Great computer. Works very well and is exactly what I wanted - a highly efficient computer to use as a back-up for recording projects. Small issues include a very short battery life (I picked up an extra battery - fairly inexpensive) and very limited memory (I got an external hard drive) It is fast, clear and easy to use and works as well as my much newer computer. I am very happy with the purchase - it is a MacBook after all!!!
Summary: Got the computer in timely fashion but as soon as I got it the battery was no good. Three weeks later it needed a re wire due to overheating.... Once the computer technician opened it up he said there had already been a previous re wire and doing it again won't help for very long. Highly disappointed in this purchase.... There was no warning in the sale info that the computer had already had a re wire or that the battery was no good.
Summary: The McBook Pro and Apple family are made up of wonderful machines. Theres not much of a learning curve to them, they're reliable and virtually hacker-proof. They boot almost instantly and easily navigate the web. I can't think of a PC I'd rather have than either of our Macs. This one was just bought for my wife as a Christmas present.