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    macbook wireless connection
    Hello all,
    I am planning to switch from pc to mac and get the new unibody macbook. I have read a lot of horror stories of pp who can't connect wirelessly to their AT&T DSL 2Wire router. I have an iphone and i never have any issue connecting to the router. My question is can I assume that I also will not have wireless connection issue with the new macbook?
    Many thanks,
    Sugi

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    Hello and welcome.

    Youll have no problem with that wireless setup

    Clay
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    Thanks, Clay. Are you 100% sure about this? Sorry if it sounds that I doubt you. I don't doubt you. It's just I am quite nervous about my very first purchase of Mac. A non-working wireless will mean "I am screwed"

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    With the amount of MacBooks sold out there and then the number of these scary complaints you have read about the % would be very very minimal. On saying that Mac's arent indestructible and yes they do have problems.

    Do yourself a favour and go buy your Macbook and enjoy
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    Quote Originally Posted by slee123 View Post
    Thanks, Clay. Are you 100% sure about this? Sorry if it sounds that I doubt you. I don't doubt you. It's just I am quite nervous about my very first purchase of Mac. A non-working wireless will mean "I am screwed"

    Yep I am sure. Trust that If your iPhone conects your MacBook but sure will !

    Clay
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    Thanks everyone for the feedback and encouragement. I purchased the new MB and am expecting to get it this week. Will update on how things go
    Many Thanks ~

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