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Magnets will lose their magnetic force when struck with a great force on contrast to it's size. Dropping a magnet around 5 times will start to weaken it's pull while if you spike it (throw it on the ground with all the force you can muster) it will lose it's magnetic force completely. You can restrengthen magnets by rubbing it between 2 other magnets but ...
For me, it finally came to a point where it tore on its own. It was just naturally stretching and breaking. This was happening without me even doing anything. I've had it for 11 months now. I've never had problems with laptop chargers; this is the first time. I went to the Apple Store in Grand Central Station in New York City. The guy who was doing the ...
Apple themselves states that it is safe and okay to use a higher power cord on a laptop even if it only requires a lower power one: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT2346 The power requirement for your computer really is just a "minimum" power requirement. If you can even call it that. Because they'll actually charge even on lower powered cords, but it will be ...
No they don't, they wouldn't replace mine and mine is dangerous
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