Nice, was looking at these in the shop yesterday
Are you not getting on with it? I see you've only had it like three weeks or something.
Would you be able to sync your iPhone to it via iTunes but keep the music on an external drive?
It's a lovely machine
I'm getting on with it just fine - I absolutely love it! However as my girlfriend will soon be getting an iPad, I feel that it's a bit too similar to one to warrant keeping it. I want to go back to a regular MacBook (just like the one I sold only a few weeks ago
You're correct, I have only had it for a few weeks and I purchased it from the original owner. However all of the extended warranty paperwork is all there and is all present and correct so it's still covered until November 2014 without a problem
Regarding iTunes - you can set your external hard drive as the default location for all iTunes media, so that the MacBook will know to look there whenever it's syncing with your iPhone (obviously you'd need to have the external hard drive connected in order for this to work!). This will obviously avoid the need to have the iTunes media stored on the MacBook hard drive which frees up valuable space
As I said before, there's absolutely nothing wrong with my MacBook Air, and it's a hell of a bit of kit - However if I'd known that we'd be getting an iPad so soon, I'd have kept hold of my MacBook Pro.
£650 for a £999 MacBook Air and £199 extended warranty is a good deal