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It looks like they’re not listening to us and wanting to “appear” more than “doing stuff”. Not that I don’t like sexy hardware but essentially we pay top $$ for a sound, stable and reliable machine to be with us 366 days a year. If you look at the caos with El Capitan things get no better: I am going to have to buy a new SSD HD and re-install all my apps and software if I choose to upgrade: I attempted the upgrade twice and failed both times ending in a downgrade and complete restore and I’ve heard that the new patch does not solve the problems I have encountered (My Mac, once installed the update) does not boot.

Like you say there is a limit to everything and I hope they understand many of their users have switched to Apple because of the stable and user friendly experience they were delivering – but that seems to be coming to an end … let’s hope not!

said Sante on November 12th, 2015 at 10:57 pm

We’ll see! Anyway, I think it was possibly a little more my own mistake than Apple’s on this occasion. I have to say, though, that when I took it back, they really were very nice about refunding my money. The 14 day no quibble guarantee seems to hold!

said admin on November 13th, 2015 at 6:50 pm

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