I have owned and used many Apple products since 1999 (a relative newcomer, I admit, compared to many). It has always been for me a love/hate relationship. But lately, there’s been a lot more on the hate side than the love side. This 16” MBP does nothing to change that perception. I currently am using two 15” MBPs, a company-supplied 2018 i7 Touch Bar model, and a personally owned 2015 i7 Retina. The former has been rather a disappointment all the way around, while the latter is likely the last MBP I will ever buy, unless Apple changes course. I cannot, and will not, support the concept that devices with a finite number of write cycles should ever be soldered to a motherboard, let alone the lack of upgradeability.
My 2015 recently received a 2TB NVMe M.2 SSD upgrade, and actually has better R/W performance than the 2018. Cost around $200. I don’t even want to know what a comparable upgrade would cost for the 2018.
Useful lifespan used to be an Apple selling point. Not anymore, it seems.
Just reinserting the feet is only a temporary fix. The feet were originally attached to the bottom plate with adhesive. The adhesive dries up and allows the feet to detach.
To reattach the feet, I use Loctite Stick'n Seal Ultra adhesive.
Follow the guide to remove the bottom plate, then peel off the residual adhesive around the foot holes, and clean the area using a cotton swab and alcohol. Clean the feet also.
Apply adhesive to both surfaces using a cotton swab. Be careful to avoid getting adhesive where it doesn't belong. Just a thin coat on both surfaces is all that is needed. Then reinsert the feet, and use a fresh dry cotton swab to gently press them against the bottom plate. Set the plate aside on a raised surface, letting the area with the feet hang over the edge. The glue is dry enough to reassemble after about 1/2 hour, but full cure takes 24 hours.
Quando lo avranno fatto, sarai in grado di visualizzare un grafico della reputazione guadagnata nel tempo da loro.
Ecco un'anteprima di come il grafico apparirà:
Ancora nessuna reputazione acquisita.