Talk about your portable Macs here.
Which model do you have? Which OS version do you use? What do you do with you MB in general?
I'm really on the edge of getting a mid 2014 13" retina MBP. It's about 1k yuros from a reputable second hand reseller and according to them it's in a really good shape.
Haven't had a Mac before, should I go for it? I've been looking for an ultrabook for quite a while now and for the specs the MBP with its pricing compares really well
2015 13" rMBP here. I bought the 256gb SSD model. Breddy gud for my daily usage, which includes mobile development, some server side programming etc, besides browsing, spotify and pretty much everything else I need it for.
>>52452188 Buy it if you can, you won't regret :) They cost a lot, but you get a reliable device which can serve you for years.
Super sexy 12" PowerBook G4 running an outdated version of debian-ppc because they broke support for the Nvidia Geforce 4 GPU in it in the newer versions and nobody seems to care anymore at this point including me. Currently collecting dust in my bedroom.
Does yours have the AMD Radeon GPU and has it fucked you over yet?
I keep getting screen artefacts and in many cases the Mac just refuses to boot. It's still going strong tho, it hasn't let me down yet.
What's the point of this thread again?
>I have a macbook
Huh, I haven't read into it but I've experienced it.
Not even 20 feet away from my router, but through a couple of walls in my apartment, the wifi will randomly say it's connected but cease to work. Have to turn it off and back on to get it to actually reconnect. My other devices don't have the issue in the exact same room, no issues on my phone, console, roku, etc..
If it's just a software issue I'm happy.
Late 2011 mbp 15" with matte screen. I7-2760qm, ssd, hdd in caddy, 16GB 1600mhz memory. Broke once (gfx issue), motherboard replaced under European consumer law.
I use it for everything, work and school. Some games. I love this machine.
Keyboard us fucking shit which sucks because I don't have my desktop at uni. OS X is fucking shit again. Screen is pretty much the only reason to buy. How much can I sell this oversized slab of metal for?
I've had no issues with it. Doesn't feel faster but definitely doesn't feel slower. (2011 Macbook)
If you use homebrew, remember to go do 'brew doctor' as there might be some small easy to fix issues after upgrading.
Some of my apps actually increased in stability, such as IntelliJ.
I have osu installed via wine, and also on usb for windows (laptop is windows, desktop is mac, use laptop more than mac since I'm on the go more)
i tried to make an alias of my osu folder on the flash drive, and replaced it with the osu folder in osu.app package, but didn't work
>tl;dr alias from flash drive to so.app doesn't work, what do
no retina for Amba, that might change for the refresh though. (inb4 meme) and if you have the money get retina. but the air isn't bad, its 1440x900, better than most pc with 1336x768 res by far, and rendering on OS X is crisp anyways. if display is an issue when your watching something or working with HD content, get an external display
Wow, you got a really big amount of scat porn saved on your computer, that will truly show us.
Which model do you have?
mid-2012 13" mbp
Which OS version do you use?
What do you do with you MB in general?
>work in general
>pretty much everything you can do on a computer
>playing Battlefield 2, Red Alert 2 and SWAT 3
Recently changed from 1TB HDD to an 1TB SSD. SSDs are fucking awesome.
The skylakes macpros are coming right? Like, Q1 right?
>Apple is just superior :^)
>it's not that I paid more for the same hardware and a shitty propietary unix, it's you who is poor!
To piss off Chinkpad fags.
I have a 2013 mba and never had any issues with it unless Im looking at it from the side. who works/watches stuff on a laptop from the side though?
apparently, the 2014/2015 airs have even better screens. Comparing them to a retina is no contest but for average everyday use they are better then any other laptop screen.
I use my MBA 2012 13" as my daily driver. Mostly do front end development so having crazy amounts of jiggaboos and specs arent a bug thing. Not much into gaymen as i did before so no issue there.
none of those things have to do with your cpu dynamically changing its frequency the way its supposed to. not to mention the features that are disabled in os x because it thinks its' from 2008.
Currently using a first-gen 2012 rMBP (ordered immediately after the announcement at WWDC), with 10.11 installed. Use it for iOS and Android development.
Waiting on the 2016 Skylake revision with USB-C, Thunderbolt 3 and 5K display support (maybe?). I'm fully expecting that Apple will fumble that though and we'll be waiting until 2017 for 5K standalone displays.