Make the MacBook THICC Again


  1. Dave Lee

    Dave LeeIl y a 13 jours

    I hope Apple puts out a THICCBook Pro this year. The race for ultra-thin needs to end

  2. rondhole

    rondholeIl y a 3 jours

    Apple will make thinner and thinner and eventually do not make any laptop. Just big screen 15'' phone with ARM processors and looks like macbook, long battery life with the speed of sound, not lightning fast. Most Apple users are spoiled kids for fashion/trend anyway. Professional will get the desktop instead and Apple desktop is still reasonably good.

  3. Ali Loominaty Khan

    Ali Loominaty KhanIl y a 6 jours

    Being thin gives it a more premium feel. I fee like a lot of people like that.

  4. Peet

    PeetIl y a 7 jours

    did you read their press release, it goes "apple take into consideration all of its costumers concerns and we choose to go ahead and ignore them all together"

  5. Serge Meeuwsen

    Serge MeeuwsenIl y a 7 jours

    +Max ML The perils of a comment section I guess... My comment was "tongue in cheek".

  6. Max ML

    Max MLIl y a 7 jours

    ​+Serge Meeuwsen Apple has a monopoly on Mac OS compatible hardware, which is the whole reason why it's able to get away with selling trash hardware at a premium. Mac OS in turn represents a monopoly on viable desktop UNIX (as Linux user I can tell you that it's not viable). The whole point of having a monopoly is to sell less for more, and the amount of monopoly power Apple gets from the US govt is absolutely obscene. Nothing will change until the laws are fixed. To me, Apple's aesthetics scream flashy marketing, which is why I don't like them - though to be fair everything except thinkpad screams of that. However, aesthetics are also a reason why they can't offer a competent machine. They favor shiny aluminium over light and robust composites. The aesthetics are another way in which Apple seeks monopoly power - the want something that stands out and "builds the brand" as opposed to something that works.

  7. servoss21 sig

    servoss21 sigIl y a 9 heures

    Was unsub’d w/o my knowledge. Way to go to yt

  8. Tuuli Senja

    Tuuli SenjaIl y a 12 heures

    The Macbook Air is super thin at the wrist end of things, but gets thicker toward the rear. They should do the same with the MBP:s too.

  9. Kinos141

    Kinos141Il y a 13 heures

    Nah, fuck Apple.

  10. MasterFuzzel

    MasterFuzzelIl y a 13 heures

    they should provide a working laptop for that price the fuck kinda diskussion is this

  11. MAK ZEN

    MAK ZENIl y a 18 heures

    🙋‍♂️I totally agree with you 🙋‍♂️

  12. YouTube-User9999

    YouTube-User9999Il y a 19 heures

    still rocking a fully specced mid 2014

  13. Keven Harvey

    Keven HarveyIl y a 20 heures

    I'd rather have something cool, quiet, good performance, with a big battery and a good keyboard than have something thin. Sure, make it as thin as you can without sacrificing on the others, but making sacrifices for the sake of thinness is not worth it IMO.

  14. 강원규

    강원규Il y a 21 heure

    I agree. I think the current MacBook Pro is not a model for professionals. It's 'macbook' pro. Not macbook 'pro'.

  15. EngineeerMusicVideos

    EngineeerMusicVideosIl y a jour

    I don't know, why Apple thinks the MacBook Pro needs to be so thin. They have other models for casual users, which are thin and can be thin. Pro users like me want to be able to add ram and hard drives. We hate throttling CPUs and dying GPUs because of overheating. We make use of ports and card readers. We want to able to change the battery, when it's getting weak. For me, Apple screwed up their MacBook Pro series beginning with the Retina Models, where they started gluing the batteries to the case. My 2011 MBP was okay for some years, but got the GPU issues. I switched to a ThinkPad P52. Windows 10 is stupid, but the hardware is way better. I have up to three hard drives and can even hot swap the battery. - Let's see what they'll announce today. - Not having any expectations, though.

  16. relativityboy

    relativityboyIl y a jour

    They need to make them more robust, and live up to performance specs (aka no thermal issues) If that means making them thicker *TAKE MY MONEY*!!!

  17. Dj Lab

    Dj LabIl y a jour

    Functionality before beauty, always...

  18. Simon Anthony

    Simon AnthonyIl y a jour

    Yup, you are right. The price is also far too high for me to even consider it. I fixed my late 2011 MBP - even with the dead GPU - eventually, and I also have my late 2013 MBP, but the speakers have deteriorated and the rubber - all of it - everywhere - has perished, .

  19. Станимир

    СтанимирIl y a jour

    Dave is so unbiased and humble. I felt so bad when he went to Unbox Therapy's talk show. The whole ordeal was so awkward...

  20. NinjaMonkeyPrime

    NinjaMonkeyPrimeIl y a jour

    Isn't this the definition of form over function? To be fair, part of the responsibility for these issues goes to reviewers who ignore function and only pay attention to form. Just watch any review of a Windows laptop that is not ultra thin and note how some reviewers will pounce on that aspect. The worst trending example of this is how reviewers and consumers obsess over bezel size today while ignoring the quality of the screen itself. To be fair, we could have a "chicken and the egg" argument over whether reviewers or consumers started the obsession of form factors first. Now I see more consumers refusing to acknowledge a product that has "huge" bezels so perhaps Apple is somewhat responding to the market. I do think reviewers need to be more practical and try to remember the main purpose of these machines first and then factor in looks later.

  21. ThinkLearnSolve

    ThinkLearnSolveIl y a jour

    ticker, and real ports

  22. Moots

    MootsIl y a 2 jours

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  23. blurdreamer

    blurdreamerIl y a 2 jours

    I like MacBook Pro that used to have all the ports, but now ppl hv to carry extensive cable to port their devices. Apple really need to bring back the sd card slot

  24. Eamonn Pownall

    Eamonn PownallIl y a 2 jours

    My 2016 MacBook Pro has permanent markings of the keyboard and trackpad on the screen, thanks to this stupid design failure. I also have the backlight issues that were mentioned in the video. I wish I could get a refund.

  25. FRank jan

    FRank janIl y a jour

    apple fix the screen for free, getting my 2015 model fixed soon.

  26. Simon Patané

    Simon PatanéIl y a 2 jours


  27. Hudson Reynolds

    Hudson ReynoldsIl y a 2 jours

    Thiccer pls

  28. DeepFreeze

    DeepFreezeIl y a 2 jours

    I've got three laptops at home. My favourite is HP ProBook 6570b from a couple of years ago. It's about two MacBooks thick, but it's a proper workhorse and it's internal components are very easy to access.

  29. Zen Zero

    Zen ZeroIl y a 2 jours

    I suggest Apple to close shop permanently.

  30. Chief Auto Parts

    Chief Auto PartsIl y a 2 jours

    I hate how this guy leaves those lights like that... I think you can afford a fixture cheap ass.

  31. jorge salazar

    jorge salazarIl y a 2 jours

    who uses apple anyways? for what? minimal work and browsing? I can do more with a windows laptop. I think that there are windows laptops that surpas mac laptops in size, looks and performance.

  32. parsec studios

    parsec studiosIl y a jour

    I've got no issues compiling code, rendering video, using Logic Pro, or just about anything else really on my Macbook Pro. I've never really felt that it's a slouch of a laptop, personally

  33. Tj Conner

    Tj ConnerIl y a 2 jours

    My keys are always fucked up one key or another on my 2017 13 inch

  34. standupja

    standupjaIl y a 2 jours

    Thicker! I bought a 2015 macbookpro last year for this exact reason, no magnetic charger, no ports... #makemacbookprothickagain

  35. H2 Joe

    H2 JoeIl y a 3 jours

    Love my Macbook pro...not so much the keyboard with the poor tactile response

  36. Mike

    MikeIl y a 3 jours

    I'm back on a Lenovo.

  37. Adrián Hernández

    Adrián HernándezIl y a 3 jours

    *_T H I C C_*

  38. Estelle Bright

    Estelle BrightIl y a 3 jours

    The very apparent example of embracing aesthetic over ANYTHING ELSE, including the true functionality of the device. It is as if they are trying to recreate the glory of MacBook Air but fails on that horribly. I already want to upgrade my MacBook Air 2014 model but I can’t because Apple does not have a MacBook that is even remotely reliable to use for at least 5 years without major problems. My current one? 4 years, one SSD problem. Nothing else happens. This is what a MacBook should look like.

  39. Drew

    DrewIl y a 3 jours

    Completely agree with you, Dave! I have a 'once upon a time' high end 2015 MacBook Pro, and the experience from using it (compared to my work 2018 Macbook) is just so much better and it really just comes down to the typing experience. The 2015 laptop feels much more natural, while the 2018 one feels like my fingers are pounding down on a flat surface. Apple's still in the game of making up consumer problems that really don't make sense but actually...only makes more problems.

  40. DeRun Ren

    DeRun RenIl y a 3 jours

    huawei matebook is the best overall notebook on the market.

  41. Bobby Axelrod

    Bobby AxelrodIl y a 3 jours

    I think Apple should make their notebooks even thinner. Their idiot legion will still buy them and at least they'd improve upon the one thing they are best in class for, burning people's laps.

  42. dk77

    dk77Il y a 3 jours

    It's funny how the MacBook in the thumbnail is so thick but still doesn't have ports......

  43. A. Mangum

    A. MangumIl y a 3 jours

    Holding onto my 13" 2013 MBP 16GB/1TB for as long as possible. Nice keyboard, ample battery life, decent cooling under stress. As one of the heavy hitters in the laptop world, Apple needs to set the pace for the industry and stop trying to play the "thin" game by making computers for Starbucks posers and go back to making laptops for professionals.

  44. K E

    K EIl y a 3 jours

    If you want something thicc, just get a thinkpad. Problem solved

  45. Silver Surfer

    Silver SurferIl y a 3 jours

    MacBook T H I C C MacBook F U C C But most importantly MacBooks S U C C Jk I love my Mac 🖥

  46. Tanay Pandey

    Tanay PandeyIl y a 4 jours

    Asians and love for thicc things XD.

  47. Niki Naksu

    Niki NaksuIl y a 4 jours


  48. shylildude

    shylildudeIl y a 4 jours

    For the price Apple is asking, they should fix the issues at the current thickness or thinner.

  49. AvernumInvictus

    AvernumInvictusIl y a 4 jours

    Eventually it'll just be two iPads stuck together instead of a keyboard and track pad. The iPad Nunchuck or something. Seriously though, I've loved Macs all my life and used them consistently, but overheating is constantly a problem for me. I got the MacBook Pro generation just after they stopped making the 17-inch size and had to settle for a 15-inch one instead - I actually LIKE it when my tech or gear is heavy and large. It's just sad to see them so far from what they used to be.

  50. Neomobius

    NeomobiusIl y a 4 jours

    They should have more options. The current Pros should be mid range / standard laptops and have thicker performance oriented laptops.

  51. nod factor

    nod factorIl y a 4 jours

    Don't care how thin it is... Better thermals mean more to me as a consumer.

  52. Alex Gray

    Alex GrayIl y a 4 jours

    For marketing reasons, I believe, Apple will not make a thicker laptops. However, they should stop making them thinner, keep this formfactor and permanently fix all the problems induced by it. Miniaturization of components will continue and heat generation will continue to be reduced. Apple may find that this formfactor will give them adequate space for new technologies yet to be incorporated. This is just the difference between good looking thin and ... anorexia which is lethal.

  53. Simon Chuo

    Simon ChuoIl y a 4 jours

    Just bring back the old macbook pro chassis. I've had no problems with my early 2015 macbook pro and I would buy it again in a heartbeat....if they still sold that style instead an of getting an xps 13.

  54. Jacopo Piscina

    Jacopo PiscinaIl y a 4 jours

    i love my underpowered 12" macbook and love how the keyboard feels but after 1 year half of the keys are mushy

  55. MrBroxMan

    MrBroxManIl y a 4 jours

    I prefer a bit thicker laptop about 3/4 to 1 inch but doesnt get the thermal and spec issues.

  56. Chicken Nugget

    Chicken NuggetIl y a 4 jours

    Add actually GOOD ports again. And a good KEYBOARD

  57. Ahmad Fikri Mahmood

    Ahmad Fikri MahmoodIl y a 4 jours

    Don't forget, that keyboard is rivet to laptop body

  58. Mike Anderson

    Mike AndersonIl y a 5 jours

    great video. I agree, they should make it thicker.

  59. Benjamin Sidney

    Benjamin SidneyIl y a 5 jours

    I had to fix my new MacBook Pro twice! First the screen broke, then the speakers, and I take great care of my equipment...I was a bit shocked.

  60. Kryptic

    KrypticIl y a 5 jours

    I bought my MacBook Pro 2015 used about 2 years ago. I want to upgrade, and I do like to have a MacOS laptop (I have a windows PC for gaming), but honestly, I just don’t think they’re viable anymore. And they definitely aren’t “Pro” laptops. Unless Apple does a redesign where they make these things pro laptops again, I think I’ll be upgrading to a new ThinkPad.

  61. Penrose

    PenroseIl y a 5 jours

    Good Video but thumbs down because of the cheap thumbnail clickbaiting

  62. Rafayel Islam

    Rafayel IslamIl y a 5 jours

    Basically, they should keep the 2015 design for macbook pro and air and upgrade the internals along with thunderbolt 3 ports. Then macbooks would sell like hotcakes.

  63. Paddy O'Prey

    Paddy O'PreyIl y a 5 jours

    Yep. Ultralight, ultrathin aren’t “the shit”, they’re just shit. Thicc products are better.


    LEVANTATE Y ORAIl y a 5 jours

    apple is wack . no touch screen. no ntn windos 10 is on a good laptop like surface book 2 or razer and so on is 1000x better then apple

  65. punkfruit

    punkfruitIl y a 6 jours

    honestly? just put a retina screen on the 2012 macbook, thats the real last good generation

  66. Imran Shah

    Imran ShahIl y a 6 jours

    Product of a Trillion Dollar company

  67. An Yi Chng

    An Yi ChngIl y a 6 jours

    Problem solved if they put macos into ipad Pro? Makes everything modular. You won't have an issue with screens, keyboards, etc.

  68. OlafttheGreat1998

    OlafttheGreat1998Il y a 6 jours

    ...or you could buy a PC...

  69. MM MM

    MM MMIl y a 6 jours

    I mean, they did quietly make the iPhone thicker with the X, albeit for that folding OLED.

  70. Chris

    ChrisIl y a 6 jours

    Not really thrilled with the keyboard on my 2018 macbook pro

  71. JG Mueller

    JG MuellerIl y a 6 jours

    When I want something thin, then I buy an iPad Pro. It's not useful for MacBooks to reduce the size.

  72. Dan Williams

    Dan WilliamsIl y a 6 jours

    I have a 15" Macbook Pro 2017 and I loathe the keyboard. I use it as a work tool, so most of the time I use an older design mac external keyboard and monitor, but when I use it as a laptop it's horrible, clacky and harsh. The travel is too short and I have already started to experience keys sticking - baring in mind I mainly use an external keyboard, this is poor. Touchbar is indeed a gimmick, I haven't found a good application that uses wit well as yet - and as a work machine with the external monitor, it is rendered useless anyway. Come on apple you can do better than this - especially at the unbelievably high prices just to get 512gb storage....

  73. Nathaniel Calvert

    Nathaniel CalvertIl y a 6 jours

    Definitely thicker. My top spec 2017 has terrible battery life, the touch bar is still a gimmick, my right speaker has blown (not software, it's actually rattling around in there as if it's detached, and I rarely use the speakers, I definitely haven't cranked them up to high volumes), thermals are terrible - throttles like crazy when rendering basic 1080p video. Now, more recently, I've been getting weird slow downs and glitchy hanging when transferring files around - fearing it's early SSD failure, or at least needs to be wiped clean and reinstalled (FYI - I'm a power user, so I know how computers and operating systems work, and how to properly maintain them). I really miss my 2014 MBP, a better laptop all round. Magsafe, better connectivity, longer battery life, MUCH better keyboard, replaceable SSD, better thermals, SD card slots, no need to carry dongles around everywhere, no touch bar (you have to relearn the layout for every application - which makes for a really bad UX). I interchange between PC and Mac, but I've always preferred Apple MacBooks to Windows Laptops as in the past the premium price tag represented quality and reliability. The latest MacBook Pro is not worth the premium, I cannot rely on it as my daily workhorse and I am waiting for it to fail - I'll just be sure to keep it fully backed up and my trusty old 2013 MacBook Air on standby. Going forward though, my next laptop will be running Windows 10 (unless Apple release something that is actually designed for professionals, as the name suggests).

  74. RBesh

    RBeshIl y a 6 jours

    damn boyyy, its thicc

  75. The Globgogabgolab

    The GlobgogabgolabIl y a 6 jours

    Everyone: Android Users: 👿👺😾👎🖕🏻🤬😡😡🤬🤨"on my sAmsung this nEver happens" "Apple Sheep" "Apple is just focused on money"

  76. Marty Naselli

    Marty NaselliIl y a 6 jours

    IMO no laptop should be branded as "Pro" that doesn't have 1) the capacity to cool itself so it can sustain it's spec'd performance 2) a reliable keyboard 3) the ability to recover data 4) upgrade-able parts 5) 5+hr heavy use battery life. You cannot fit that into a small profile. We need professional devices, that are powerful and extensible, not ones that fit into a manila envelope.

  77. Guilherme Harrison

    Guilherme HarrisonIl y a 6 jours

    My two cents? Get rid of MacBook Air, let the ultrabook market be run by the iPad Pro; of course, with macOS and a usb-c port that works just like a normal computer. Meanwhile, make the MacBook Pro not only thicker, but easily repaired, refurbished and upgraded. The sealed off pieces times are over and the iPad Pro is the best 2 in 1 (or ultrabook, considering it's amazing performance) in the market but it has been cursed with a phone OS and a usb-c port that cherry picks what it accepts.

  78. Guilherme Harrison

    Guilherme HarrisonIl y a 6 jours

    I'm just so annoyed of how much I love the iPad Pro in every respect but it's software. It's light, easy to use, beautiful, pressure/touch sensitive, versatile and fast as all hell. It's so frustrating!

  79. Ruize Xu

    Ruize XuIl y a 6 jours

    If they could keep it light, then I'd go for thicker. But the current model gives me incredible portability

  80. Jan Almazora

    Jan AlmazoraIl y a 6 jours

    Apple won’t make it noticeably thicker. They will engineer their way into making it work while keeping the thing as slim as it can be.

  81. Drake Doragon

    Drake DoragonIl y a 6 jours

    Thicker with upgradable RAM, HD and more ports.

  82. Peet

    PeetIl y a 7 jours

    did you read their press release, it goes "apple take into consideration all of its costumers concerns and we choose to go ahead and ignore them all together"

  83. blues03

    blues03Il y a 7 jours

    I have a MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2014) that I got in 2015. Keeping this thing until it dies. I don't like the new MacBook Pros. I like my current (2014) butterfly switch travel more than the new one (with the 2011 MacBook Pro feeling the best to me), port selection is self-explanatory, I actually used to use my SD card reader quite often, no Magsafe unless you re-buy it through a third-party, I like my F keys, and I've had no issues with the laptop hardware so far. The new MacBook Pro seems like a very expensive step backward. On a side note, do you guys remember when the polycarbonate Macbooks used to come with the little media controller back in the day? Good times.

  84. Robert Soriano

    Robert SorianoIl y a 7 jours

    My macbook pro 2012 is thiccc

  85. Joe Duke

    Joe DukeIl y a 7 jours

    I could break down the cost effective alternatives to Apple engineering, all day. The keys should have been based on electronically controlled ‘Oobleck’ to not only allow us to shape the response profile, but also to tailor feedback motions, while providing a waterproof seal. Apple no longer aims for breakthrough engineering , everything they do is based on programmed obsolescence, with just enough satisfaction to keep people hooked.

  86. MiGujack3

    MiGujack3Il y a 7 jours

    Most people buy MacBooks to look rich around their friends, looking for attention. If you want a reliable machine, go buy something else. Need the OS for work? You can run macOS on a PC. Losers bitch about it, but it gets the job done.

  87. Catieria Shiblodski

    Catieria ShiblodskiIl y a 7 jours

    We all should call it's code name the TILE

  88. ibetovski

    ibetovskiIl y a 7 jours

    I jus t installed Ubuntu on my MBP mid-2015 by wiping the Mac OS completely. It works great. I wanted to sale it and by dell XPS but the math doesn’t go right for selling this expensive MacBook in less than half the price. All apple fanboys should realise apple is not the same anymore.

  89. erich ly

    erich lyIl y a 7 jours

    I wonder what the cooling requirements will be for the rumored ARM processors in future MacBook Pros??? I mean iPads and iPhones don't thermal throttle right? Just a wonder...

  90. Zohair Shakir

    Zohair ShakirIl y a 7 jours


  91. Ali H

    Ali HIl y a 7 jours

    Thinness is for MacBook air, the pro model should not focus on thickness that much! I prefer better tactile keyboard, better heat management, better ports(i.e. microsd card, more usb ports).

  92. LizardVideoDude

    LizardVideoDudeIl y a 7 jours

    Make the MacBook _better,_ which in this case means thicker. Apple compromised too many things people _actually need_ to accomplish this thinness nobody needs.


    THE PRINCEIl y a 7 jours Apple... Lenovo is think, Apple doesn't think about it's consumers because they're devices are to thin.... Illuminati confirmed!!!!

  94. bigheadtaco

    bigheadtacoIl y a 7 jours

    I bought my 2015 13" MBP in 2016 because I knew the thinness and lack of I/O would be an issue, and I'm happy wth my decision. I got 16GB of ram and 512GB storage and all the connections I could want without every resorting to using a dongle. I'm not updating my MBP until at least the keyboard issue is resolved, and I want minimum an SD card slot. I don't want dongles. This year I bought last years 10.5" iPad Pro for the same reason. I didn't like the new design of the 11" iPad Pro. Yes it looks stunning, but at what cost? Plus I want a headphone jack, and since it's a companion device to my iPhone, I prefer the lightning connection. My iPad isn't a laptop replacement so USB-C isn't important to me. I think Apple is unbalanced towards form and not function. I love aesthetics (I'm a photographer) but not at the cost of functionality. Time is money and the newer Apple devices cost me time (and money on dongles). And yes I'm still holding on to my iPhone 8, the last great iPhone IMHO. It's boring but it works.

  95. Jake

    JakeIl y a 7 jours

    I’ve used apple computers for 12 years now. As a video editor I get through equipment. I refuse to buy a new MacBook Pro though for exactly all of the reasons you have mentioned. If they don’t address these issues and stop dig the hole they’re in I will be buying a windows machine for my next laptop. I know I’m not alone here as well. They seriously need to consider pro users who they have neglected. Final cut was the industry standard and over night they ruined it a lost everyone to avid or premiere, both of which work on windows so we no longer needed apple. Part of the reason apple become so popular is because they had all the professional creatives using apple for music, film, design etc. Neglecting to cater to those people will pave the way for a new standard that is not apple.

  96. Tim R

    Tim RIl y a 7 jours

    “Heavily crippled” lol wow, way to overstate the problem. The vast majority of people are NOT having this problem. Obviously there are still some, but the new design has definitely improved the reliability of the keyboard. They aren’t thin and light because of the aesthetic. That’s part of it, but what it’s really about is shaving weight off of them. You sit in an office and maybe take your laptop to a coffee shop sometimes, but many people are business professionals or students who are always on the go and every ounce then can shave off of the weight of that device makes it more portable and this may not be immediately apparent, but over time it definitely makes a difference.

  97. 夕べには骸に

    夕べには骸にIl y a 7 jours

    So where and when can i buy this model? MacBook Pro Max - Dual Battery + OLED Screen

  98. MDKVideo

    MDKVideoIl y a 7 jours


  99. Omnorimli

    OmnorimliIl y a 7 jours

    dont gloss over soldered ram. you made it sound like it was normal in the windows laptop market, its not. its not ok, not accepted on windows laptops by their community and should be called out.

  100. jianlin du

    jianlin duIl y a 7 jours

    Seriously, cheaper and lighter, or Lenovo and Huawei is gonna cut your shares

  101. K

    KIl y a 7 jours

    I’ve been using my 2016 MacBook Pro for almost 2 years and a half and I can just say that I terribly hate the butterfly keyboard.

  102. Glen Roberts

    Glen RobertsIl y a 7 jours

    I've felt this way for a while. I don't need a thinner laptop, I need a better laptop.

  103. Alan Zhang

    Alan ZhangIl y a 7 jours

    Just 2 extra millimeters and most problems go away.

  104. krishna handoko

    krishna handokoIl y a 7 jours

    apple has anorexia

  105. Shehab Hasan

    Shehab HasanIl y a 7 jours

    Apple had this figured out years ago - the pro should focus on function and longevity, the air should focus on the small form factor. The new MBPs try to be a combination of the air and the pro and it ends up being too shoddy for a pro and too expensive for an air

  106. Jules H

    Jules HIl y a 7 jours

    Thicker and a 17" screen would do me.

  107. Steven Madrigal

    Steven MadrigalIl y a 7 jours

    I think the same about phones, why make it thinner? Give me more battery at the same thickness, who cares about it being thinner, I want a better camera and more battery and 5 inch screen or less, it's a phone, not a tablet.

  108. SyntaxByte

    SyntaxByteIl y a 7 jours

    Given how much R&D they have put in to getting them this thin and working on the associated issues, I don't see them going back to a thicker chassis. However, I think it will be a long time before we see a thinner MBP, if ever.