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I just ordered a new Macbook Pro 13" and I was wondering if I should look out for any known problems. I noticed from past forums about issues about some screens (9CC2), color problems, and fan/heating problems, but was hoping the experts would tell me what to look out for.

13" Macbook Pro 2.53GHz w/ 4GB RAM
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I just ordered a new Macbook Pro 13" and I was wondering if I should look out for any known problems. I noticed from past forums about issues about some screens (9CC2), color problems, and fan/heating problems, but was hoping the experts would tell me what to look out for.
If you search & read internet forums you will always find people having problems with their equipment...that's the main point with most internet "self-help" forums. To help people out with their problems.

I'm going to say that a very high percentage (98% or higher) have no problems with their computer...and it's those 98% or more who are NOT posting on internet forums about their computers problems...you're only reading what 2% or less are posting about...and in many of their cases it's not a hardware problem...but a user confusion issue.

You haven't even received your Mac yet...don't start worrying about problems that don't even exist on a computer you don't yet have!

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