MacInTouch has released a comprehensive, in-depth report on the reliability of Apple's portables throughout the years. They apparently logged over 10,000 notebooks from 41 models, covering the gamut from iBook G3's to the latest Aluminum PowerBook family (basically anything that can handle OS X), as well as thousands of reader comments. Their survey included what years a notebook had to be repaired, how many times or if something broke down and the owner simply decided to deal with the situation, such as an optical drive they no longer need.
(Via The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW).)
Thursday, January 05, 2006
Apple notebook reliability study, courtesy of Macintouch
Apple notebook reliability study, courtesy of Macintouch:
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