And like any notebook, it should not be used on your lap.i wouldn't say that a macbook has a cooling problem at all. like any notebook, a macbook will get warm on your lap.
Apple said:Apple portable computers comply with temperature limits set in national and international safety standards when used in accordance with the instructions in the user guide. Instructions include the advice not to place the computer on your lap for extended periods.
Nope. It isn't a "laptop".I know they say you shouldn't use it on your lap, but isn't that what a notebook is for?
Yes, from the same link I posted before:so how are you supposed to do anything on a notebook??? find a table or desk??
Apple said:For prolonged use, place your iBook, PowerBook, MacBook or MacBook Pro on a flat stable surface. Do not leave the bottom of the computer in contact with your lap or any surface of your body for extended periods. Prolonged contact with your body could cause discomfort and potentially a burn.Here are some suggestions for working with your portable computer to address any concerns you may have with the operating temperature:
1. When using your portable computer, place it on a hard surface, such as a desktop or a tray. A hard surface allows air to flow under the computer to dissipate heat. Placing it on a soft surface such as a towel or pillow (or lap) is not recommended because it does not allow air to flow under the computer.
2. Under the Energy Saver pane in System Preferences, set the optimization to Better Energy Savings.
The computer's internal fans turn on automatically within a temperature range that is selected to ensure proper operation of the computer.