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    My first Mac

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    My first Mac
    Hey everyone, I am a 19 year old uni student that wants to finally after 11 years try a mac, however I would like to know if I could still play my fave game on it World of Warcraft, I am interested in the macbook pro 13", the specs are pretty low, but I cant afford to go any higher than that really, I was wondering if anyone could tell me how WoW works on their Macbook pro 13". Thanks for reading, I look forward to the responses.

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    My first Mac
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    Yes you can.

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    My first Mac
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    World of Warcraft will run perfectly fine on your macbook pro.

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    My first Mac

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    awsome thanks for the replies, my student money goes in on the 5th of january, cant wait to get it, just one more little question, ive used windows for the past 11 years since my first ever computer, as macintosh is a completley different os, will it lag with the low specs, ive heard it wont due to unix, just wanted to know if anyone has experienced lag on the 13" pro

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    No, there shouldn't be lagging and I wouldn't call them low specs. I think that unix uses its resources (ram, processor speed) much better than linux. As long as you aren't doing heavy editing or something like that, you shouldn't have any speed issues.

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    My first Mac

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    hey, sorry for the late reply, thanks for the helpful information, I just have to be annoying one more time lol. My student money gets put into my bank tomorrow, I wanted to get the macbook pro 13". This will be my first mac, but looking at certain sites I can see that there maybe an update on the macbook pros, I was wondering if someone could predict for me, will the next 13" macbook pro be something to wait for when compared to the current basic one? Should I go get a macbook pro tomorrow, or wait till the end of January for updated one. Im running in circles lol. Any opinions would be great. Thanks

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    My first Mac
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    Have a look at this youtube video courtesy of a earlier thread
    Hope it helps you

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    If you need the macbook pro right now, buy it. If you can afford to wait, that is probably a good idea as it is very probable there will be a refreshemt of the macbook pro.

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    well either waiting, or buying now, you will love the apple line, i love them, and i think the rest of the world will too!

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    My first Mac

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    13" macbook pro
    i got a mb pro 13 inch for christmas and am so happy with it it does everything so quickly and i even run sims 3 at max everything its the quickest laptop i own and ive still got my 6 month old dell adamo which is a much higher spec laptop and the mb still exceeds it easily

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