Here's the background. I have a 2008 unibody Macbook, which I just recently, about a year or two ago upgraded my HDD to a 1TB drive. That set me back around $150. The problem is now I can't justifying upgrading my laptop and spending $700 for equivalent SSD memory, when I spent a fraction of that last year. I need to get a new laptop, amd would prefer a
I can sync photos from Aperture to my iPad and iPhone without a problem. However, any photos that I have edited don't sync with the edits. I simply get another copy of the master photo on my device, sans changes.
I've tried digging through preferences in Aperture, but haven't found anything that solves the issue.
I've always used Safari for looks and because it syncs bookmarks with my iOS devices. But I can't argue that Chrome is more stable, if not a bit faster. Of course, the way to sync Chrome bookmarks with iOS is the classic XMarks workaround, but it's inelegant, and XMarks (oddly enough) eats up memory on my older MacBook.
Any other ideas? Or is it all in my head, and I should just stick with Safari?
I'll be starting college next year and I don't know if I should go with the 13-inch Macbook, or Macbook Pro. I've never used a Mac before; I'm not planning to use my machine for gaming or intense photo/video editing - but $200 seems justifiable for the aluminum unibody (plus firewire, SD card reader, stroking my ego, etc).