When planning an upgrade, troubleshooting a problem, or figuring out what hardware your MacBook has, it’s important to know what model MacBook you own.
But what if you didn’t save the box it came in? What if you don’t remember anything about buying it? What if someone else bought it for you? What if Apple didn’t change the design over the past few years, and they all look alike? How do you figure out what your model number is?
Actually, it’s very easy to do.
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At some point in time, after you’ve been using a Mac for a while, you’re going to discover some of OS X’s annoying tendencies. I’m not talking about the spinning beach ball or the scary kernal panic screen. Too much of those indicates a problem with your system and it needs to be looked at. […] Continue reading →
Like anything in this world, OS X isn’t perfect. As much as we wish it were, there’s a few annoyances that can drive even the most devout fanboys mad. That doesn’t have to be the case. The following list of my personal OS X annoyances are easily fixed if you either know what to do […] Continue reading →
Apple loves those recessed slot loading CD / DVD drives. They use them in MacBooks, iMacs, and MacBook Pros. While they look nice, what happens when a CD or DVD gets stuck in one of them? Its actually a very common problem and without some sort of manual release, it can be stressful. So, what […] Continue reading →
Looking to buy a new Mac? Buying a new computer is a major purchase. With Macintosh, you are looking to spend around $1,000 (at least). With that kind of expense, its important to make sure you buy the right Mac. There are many factors to consider in choosing the right Mac for you so that […] Continue reading →