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    Apple just unveiled a new MacBook Pro. And I've got some good news and some bad news.

    Bad news first: Apple has done practically nothing to address the major concerns about the current MacBook Pro design that debuted in October 2016. There's still a questionably practical Touch Bar in place of the function row. The laptop still relies solely on four USB-C ports and a headphone jack for connectivity. And the butterfly keyboard — which many consider a step down from the previous "chiclet" design and can often be notoriously inconvenient to repair — is still there (although Apple made it slightly quieter). Read more...

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    Apple just unveiled a new MacBook Pro. And I've got some good news and some bad news.

    Bad news first: Apple has done practically nothing to address the major concerns about the current MacBook Pro design that debuted in October 2016. There's still a questionably practical Touch Bar in place of the function row. The laptop still relies solely on four USB-C ports and a headphone jack for connectivity. And the butterfly keyboard — which many consider a step down from the previous "chiclet" design and can often be notoriously inconvenient to repair — is still there (although Apple made it slightly quieter). Read more...

    More about Apple, Hands On, Macbook, Macbook Pro, and Tech



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    Published on 12 Jul 2018 at 12:30PM

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