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Here’s your first look at Apple’s minor, but useful, MacBook update

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When everyone is demanding excitement and change, it takes discipline to not mess with a good thing. That’s why I applaud Apple‘s decision not to unduly alter the 12-inch, ultra-thin (0.14-inch thick), 2-pound MacBook.

The latest update to the laptop has the specs I want in an ultraportable Mac, with almost day-long battery life. Any major design change would run the risk of altering that balance, and the aesthetic.

That even goes for the single USB-C power/data port which, in a year of use, has not caused me any significant issues. When I use a MacBook, I do sometimes need a dongle (or two), but most of the time it fits my cordless, wireless lifestyle. (I am surprised that the 3.5mm audio jack has survived yet another iteration on the MacBook. The iPhone must be like, “But how?”) Read more…

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