Man De-Files MacBook Pro -- We Die a Little Inside

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bradleydad

I've never heard any complaint on any aluminum or plastic unibody but any cover you use (like Speck) results in a front edge with a nice radius. It seems pretty, uh, unthinking, to not stop and reflect before whacking away at your MB Pro. When he sends it into Apple for repair, the folks at the depot will find the filings and refuse to fix it. This user will claim "I have no idea how they got there and demand a repair" just like the folks with wine, orange drink and such in their laptops.

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kenny929

Someone should run those "sharp" edges accross his jugular.

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JRoDDz

He did a great job voiding the remaining warranty on the laptop. Also, I would have turned the laptop off before doing anything like that. You don't want those vibrations from the file disturbing the hard drive while it's spinning around.

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jyuichi

I have a first-gen unibody and the edges have never ever bothered my hands and wrists. They certainly aren't "dangerous". I like the aesthetic of them and hope the new models stay this way.

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hazelrigg

I hate the sharp edge too!

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stevengu

John certainly does have a point; those sharp edges could be dangerous. Filing the edge off is one way to solve the issue, but since this is not covered by AppleCare, it's best to do it with caution.

You know, if Steve is planning on releasing a new line of macbooks soon, he should take the sharp edges into account. I have an old Macbook Pro and the edges are not sharp at all. I wonder Apple did not take that into account when they designed the current Macbook Pro model?

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