Sunday, February 11, 2018
"...Many of the changes also contributed to the biggest advantage of the new MacBook machines. By going for thin and light, by working with more efficient silicon, smaller components and thinner screens, even the most powerful MacBook Pro machines are thinner and lighter than ever before.
Major steps forward are easy to see, and when they are in hardware the numbers in the specifications do not lie. And getting more power, longer battery life or a lighter machine are all hard benefits to turn down. But the MacBook Pro has lost something in the last few years. It has lost the small touches, the human commitment to higher quality that lifted it above the competition and gave customers little surprises at every turn.
As the MacBook Pro becomes ‘the standard’ laptop of the world at the top of the digital mountain, the loss of these human elements is perhaps the hardest loss to take..."
Three Things Wrong And Three Things Right With Apple's New MacBook Pro