Make the MacBook THICC Again

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  1. Dave Lee

    Dave LeeIl y a 2 mois

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

  2. ReEeEeEe

    ReEeEeEeIl y a 12 jours

    Thicc af

  3. Giovanni Deiana

    Giovanni DeianaIl y a 12 jours

    Dave Lee yes we need it

  4. Charles Dizon

    Charles DizonIl y a 13 jours

    FRreporterr:Make the MacBook thicc again Me:It would take a miracle for them to listen to their customers

  5. waquzy

    waquzyIl y a 14 jours

    ​+sarath kumarthey can easily make it thicker again, that's what Apple did with the iPhones in the past, iPhone 6/7 were thinner than the current gen of iPhones (X and Xs)

  6. Leander Herman

    Leander HermanIl y a 15 jours

    That's why i'm still using a 2015 Macbook pro

  7. Brian K

    Brian KIl y a 8 jours

    If they go to Arm processors then cooling won’t be a problem. Hopefully they can design a new motherboard with a smaller form factor and give more space for a better keyboard design. Allows them to keep that super thin look. They probably shouldn’t have gone so thin when they had to make so many compromises with the current configuration. My 13” 2014 MacBook Pro will be my last MacBook until they come up with a new design without all the compromises.

  8. Ric Alonso

    Ric AlonsoIl y a 10 jours

    Lets not forget the ultra thin iMac. This is evidence of design run amok. A desktop does not have to be super thin. It serves no purpose other than Ive’s need to prove he is needed. My 2017 i9 5k iMac’s fans are on 30% of the time. iMac owner since January 1985 who uses them for work, not art pieces.

  9. Daniel Jungkind

    Daniel JungkindIl y a 10 jours

    Make it smaller from a footprint perspective, not a thickness perspective. And use better cooling techniques! Vapor cooling? Different material?

  10. MrBo Jangles

    MrBo JanglesIl y a 11 jours

    Make Apple Thick Again! But seriously...The Pro should be thicker, the the Air super-thin and the MacBook somewhere in-between.

  11. Robert Thompson

    Robert ThompsonIl y a 11 jours

    You are spot on with identifying the issues with the recent Macbooks. I saw these issues developing and opted for a 2015 MBP in 2018. Thin enough, with all the relevant ports, full travel keyboard, no dongles, etc.

  12. Johnny FD

    Johnny FDIl y a 11 jours

    I agree, it's stupid that Apple needs to focus on functionality and reliability again instead of making things thinner and thinner as no one cares. Make the Macbook Pro thicker again, get rid of the silly touch bar that no one uses or wants, and make the Macbook Air the thin laptop.

  13. BonBaisers

    BonBaisersIl y a 11 jours

    This is not the ultra-thin race, if it was the case, you won't choose aluminium body. This is a stupid marketing race. When you can't innovate, you give the customer the illusion you are perfecting the product while Apple has the art of making products worse.

  14. GILBERT

    GILBERTIl y a 11 jours

    hope they make it thick for us music producers who needs some more apple juice!

  15. Zachary Sandberg

    Zachary SandbergIl y a 11 jours

    You forgot to mention a reduction in port options as another side effect of chasing thin aesthetics.

  16. Saahil Mehta

    Saahil MehtaIl y a 11 jours

    Exactly macbooks are supposed to a an efficient tool not a fashion statement.

  17. Charles Bouldin

    Charles BouldinIl y a 11 jours

    I have an "early 2015" 13" MBP. It has the magsafe power connector, and 2 USB ports, and HDMI port, an SD card port, a HEADPHONE JACK(!), and it still runs perfectly. I would not trade it for a newer model. Oh, and the old style keyboard (non "butterfly") works beautifully. Apple has been moving backwards.

  18. Paolo Mind

    Paolo MindIl y a 12 jours

    If I want a lighter and elegant mac I'll buy mac book air, or macbook without pro... If I need efficient power, I'll prefer Dell laptop, at the moment ... but I'm waiting for a future good macbook pro, because OSX is the most stable operative system I ever used. I hope your suggestions will be listen to...

  19. pforce9

    pforce9Il y a 12 jours

    They should make the new laptops as thick as the old ones and keep the electronics as small as possible and use all that extra space for a big falcon battery.

  20. Shard The Fox

    Shard The FoxIl y a 12 jours

    Apple is shite, but the Mac book is interesting, because it will never be as powerful as pcs.

  21. James Doerr

    James DoerrIl y a 12 jours

    Thicker

  22. Bellicose Nation

    Bellicose NationIl y a 12 jours

    Remember when the race was to make the smallest phone?

  23. Ivando Maia

    Ivando MaiaIl y a 12 jours

    That's why I like the models with SuperDrive. It's a little bit fatter, but I could remove the super drive slot and changed for a Caddy with an extra SSD, upgraded the memory up to 16gb and Make the dual boot, one in each SSD, Windows and MAC oS. Just need to be a Macbook pro with a Super Drive, Retina display and at least a I5 processor, if you do these upgrades you'll have the best macbook pro so far...

  24. Rico

    RicoIl y a 12 jours

    They should just make the 2015 model again but with new specs. Problem solved!

  25. Lars van der Hooft

    Lars van der HooftIl y a 12 jours

    I own the 2015 macbook pro 15”, and I think the chassis is absolutely perfect. I love the keyboard, the ports on the side and the feel. It’s great because it’s a powerful laptop which is easy to carry around too. I don’t think I’ll upgrade to these macbook pro models soon, mainly because of the keyboard

  26. David Kozma

    David KozmaIl y a 12 jours

    well they made iPhones thicker again...

  27. Benni3D

    Benni3DIl y a 12 jours

    i'm sick of of these thin devices. They really should make them a little thicker to avoid the majority of those problems...

  28. Vincent Yeung

    Vincent YeungIl y a 12 jours

    I think they’re going to make a touchscreen keyboard rather than trying to fix a flawed system (and I’m willing to bet they know before launch) so rather than solving existing problems they’re more likely to create newer problems to cover/make older problems obsolete.

  29. Armon Mitchell

    Armon MitchellIl y a 12 jours

    Oatmeal

  30. Dan Silverio

    Dan SilverioIl y a 12 jours

    when is the new one coming out?

  31. Thinh Phan

    Thinh PhanIl y a 12 jours

    why dont computers today have the vga port? assuming people even remember what it was

  32. IISourAyyII

    IISourAyyIIIl y a 12 jours

    I love my MAXED out spec 2015 MacBrookPro Retina display over any of the new macs!

  33. Gabriel Bédard

    Gabriel BédardIl y a 12 jours

    Dell XPS is better than the Macbook pro

  34. Ed Towel

    Ed TowelIl y a 12 jours

    It will NEVER happen with Tim's supply chain philosophy of simplifying the production process at the expense of user capabilities.

  35. Abeltensor

    AbeltensorIl y a 12 jours

    Apple is a joke. As a developer, I've see so many colleagues buy these pieces of trash simply because they are POSIX out of the box. I am so glad that Microsoft has decided to make the WSL a priority in the recent windows 10 updates. Having the new Windows Terminal and WSL2 has made it easier for me to get some of these colleagues to abandon Apple machines.

  36. davidson2727what

    davidson2727whatIl y a 12 jours

    I don't disagree with any points in you video as a MBP 2017 owner. But the move has been made to make smaller chassis and now apple is going to have to make improvements to the hardware to address these issues.

  37. haneen Ba-aziz

    haneen Ba-azizIl y a 12 jours

    i hope they make a 17 inch macbooks again and also making it thicker

  38. Alessandro Bartolini

    Alessandro BartoliniIl y a 12 jours

    No SD card reader... nothing else to say...

  39. Ralph Dempsey

    Ralph DempseyIl y a 13 jours

    It's Thick not Thicc

  40. Adam Baldwin

    Adam BaldwinIl y a 13 jours

    Apple definitely should make their Macbook Pro line a bit thicker. I'd even go so far as to say that the 2015 Retina could stand to be a little thicker. The benefits are way too numerous: 1. The old keyboard was better, in every way. If the Macbook Pro were perfect in every other respect, but still had that keyboard, I still would never buy one because I cannot stand that keyboard. 2. Ports. A thicker MBP would accommodate more of the "legacy" ports. Having two USB-C ports and a USB 3 port and HDMI port, for instance, would be more useful than having 4 USB-C ports. People still have lots of things that use some of these ports. Nobody needs 4 USB-C items plugged in at once (and if they did, they could just use a hub), but many people could use ports that don't require dongles. 3. While I don't think they couldn't fit Magsafe into the thinner chassis, the decision to remove it is a terrible one IMO. While the adapters flimsy and leave something to be desired, the connector itself is brilliant and one of the best features of any Apple laptop. Additionally, the light on the Magsafe adapter is a great troubleshooting indicator. USB-C power connections are easy to break. 4. Thicker battery. A thicker chassis means that the battery can be thicker, and therefore there take up a smaller footprint, leaving more space for those ports I mentioned earlier. Same goes for the iPhone, Apple claims they needed to remove the headphone jack for space reasons but had they made the phone slightly thicker, this wouldn't have been a problem. 5. Cooling. The bane of every Macbook. Apple loves to design these things with zero cooling. With the pathetic excuses for heatsinks that they use in the name of making the stupid thing half a mm thinner, it's no wonder why these things throttle so much. What's the point in putting an i9 in the laptop when you can't use it fully? Thicker chassis means bigger heatsink, and better performance. 6. Upgradeable storage and RAM. Yes, I know the RAM has been soldered for a while now. But we need to go back to replaceable RAM. Not only because it allows the user to upgrade in the future, but also because it means that I don't have to pull the logic board out and reflow RAM chips every time someone brings me a laptop with a RAM issue. Apple solders the stuff to the logic board solely to force their users to opt for the maximum upgrades they think they'll ever need at the time of purchase. By doing so, they can charge a premium for the component upgrades. Go look at the 2017 Air, which is still being sold, and compare their SSD upgrade options to either OWC or the price of an adapter and standard M.2 drive upgrade. You can buy an aftermarket drive for less than the cost of Apple's "upgrade" and the bonus is you get the base storage SSD on top of that. And this is on a device with a removable SSD. Think of what they charge for upgrades that are impossible without ordering from the factory. (Incidentally, if you buy the cheap non-Touchbar 13" MBP, it DOES still have removable storage, though in typical Apple fashion it uses yet another new, proprietary connector.) It's clear that Apple has no intention of doing this, or changing anything of these things. In fact, I read a little while ago about a patent they applied for that would use a Touchscreen for a keyboard with tiny indents to indicate key presses. This makes me think of a keyboard that is somehow worse than the butterfly keyboard. Apple does not seem concerned about the needs of their customers but rather how flashy and expensive they can make their devices. IMO, while MacOS is a fine operating system and I can see why lots of people enjoy using it, the physical changes they are making to their devices are negatively impacting the day-to-day usability and from what I see, it is actually starting to turn off more of the casual Apple users who see things like the keyboard and lack of ports as significant downgrades to the older machines they already own, machines which even after 5 or more years still do a decent job of meeting their needs (gotta give Apple some credit for that). This form-over-function stuff seems like a misguided attempt for Apple to continue design aesthetics that Steve Jobs pioneered. The thing is, Steve Jobs used design to not only create more elegant devices but to make them more usable. I personally think that Jobs would be rather irate about some of the design decisions Apple has recently made. Apple knows that their laptops are lasting a long time and they want to create more reasons for users to upgrade to new machines. This is why their screens are expensive and impossible to source in the second-hand market, this is why they're so adamantly opposing third-party repair. Apple is going out of their way to make their machines disposable so that they can create an artificial need to upgrade. The next time you hear anything about Apple's commitment to the environment or their recycling efforts, keep in mind the tons of usable machines and parts that end up being shredded at Apple's behest just to keep those things out of the hands of repairers like me, all so that their own customers face either an exorbitant repair cost through Apple themselves or simply replace the machine with a brand new one. E-waste is a huge problem but Apple cares more about getting you to spend more money on their devices than to keep older machines running.

  41. Rei

    ReiIl y a 13 jours

    Honestly?! They should rollback to the 2015 MacBook Pro Chassis, with their keyboards. And they can upgrade em as they go.

  42. Music Lasts Forever

    Music Lasts ForeverIl y a 13 jours

    I use touch bar almost every single minute while using Logic Pro X and Final Cut Pro X I don't even understand how you call that useless ! are you even using your MacBook Properly?

  43. Cole Wheatley

    Cole WheatleyIl y a 13 jours

    You know apple's iPad 2 was thinner than both the 1 and 3? It wouldn't be unprecedented.

  44. Derek Webster

    Derek WebsterIl y a 13 jours

    Just to add my 2 cents: I have a 2018 15” Pro I bought in October; replaced my 2012 15” Pro. Right away I wasn’t happy with the keyboard, though more or less adjusted. I think they should have left this thicker for more durable keys, components, and chassis, and perhaps *finally* implementing a touch screen. At this point, I don’t know that they should go thicker than what it is, but as components get thinner/smaller still, they should not make the device any smaller than what it is now.

  45. Tamer Bekir

    Tamer BekirIl y a 13 jours

    I sold my 13inch, i5 2015 Macbook maybe 3 months ago to purchase the 2018 15 inch i7 Macbook and do I regret it? Kinda, but not really. I am not having throttling issues, and I actually do not mind the keyboard. The 2015 MacBook was one of the best devices I have ever used, but I am in the film and tv production industry so I needed the bigger screen, and the faster processor and even though the graphics card is not the most top-notch, it also helps so much in FCP. So, if I didn't need the performance of the 2018 Macbook then I probably wouldn't have upgraded. - The 2015 keyboard was the best, but I love how the 2018 feels. My WPM in down, but that is ok. It is still decent. - Battery life is better on the 2018, maybe because of the age. - Touchbar is OK. If I could have saved money going without it I would, but there are third-party apps that actually make it useful. - Not having the 2015 inputs is sucky, but I carry around 1 adapter with me that does everything I need it to and has all the plugs I need so it is really not a big deal to me. It is tiny and fits everywhere I go. - Losing the MagSafe charger. Yeah, this one sucks. I hate that it went to a type-c, but I get why they did it. The MagSafe and it's quick to unlatch was the best, and now I felt like I was gonna trip and destroy my Mac. Keep in mind I am a college student so it is the students I worry about more than me who may knock my computer over. HOWEVER, I purchased a magnetic type-c adapter (one gets plugged into the Mac and the other on the charger) and BAM, I have my magnet charger back. They go for around 20 bucks on Amazon. Overall I do not regret it but there are some things I miss. In the end, good things die and good things come. We have to learn how to adapt. That is just the tech world we live in. Edited: grammar

  46. Jarrad Shaw

    Jarrad ShawIl y a 13 jours

    Make them thicker to improve usability and lifespan

  47. ThePositiveKRP

    ThePositiveKRPIl y a 13 jours

    LINUX.

  48. Timmy P

    Timmy PIl y a 13 jours

    THICC pieces of shit!

  49. Alfred

    AlfredIl y a 13 jours

    2015 best MBP ever made

  50. Vivek Sridhar

    Vivek SridharIl y a 13 jours

    so form over function...nothing new here

  51. Deniz Ladin Özdemir

    Deniz Ladin ÖzdemirIl y a 13 jours

    I think the only big issue with the new gen MacBooks is they only have usb c ports. I can't connect anything to my MacBook Pro other then it's own charging cable. (and fyi not all converters work with every device)

  52. Александр Зуев

    Александр ЗуевIl y a 13 jours

    Make at least f***ing keyboard working properly!

  53. Doktor McNasty

    Doktor McNastyIl y a 13 jours

    This is what happens when you let Steve Jobs die!

  54. Mark Tristan R. Ocampo

    Mark Tristan R. OcampoIl y a 13 jours

    *_Why fix it if it ain't broke?_* That's what Tim Apple don't know.

  55. Reece Potts

    Reece PottsIl y a 13 jours

    Everyone should know that apple execs are laughing their way to the bank every year. They have managed to milk over priced weak products that looks nice. I can't wait for the day a new company comes and blows the big corps out of the water. Simply by giving fair prices

  56. schumif1champ

    schumif1champIl y a 13 jours

    Completely disagree. Fits in a big easily, very powerful for its size. I have no issues running FCPX or Capture one pro. I would gladly take the size trade off for a little performance hit. I think once apple uses there own processors which get much less hot then we will see the chassis as less of a restriction.

  57. idlevalley

    idlevalleyIl y a 13 jours

    Thicker

  58. Skankhunt42

    Skankhunt42Il y a 13 jours

    same goes for smartphones these days

  59. Jose Ignacio

    Jose IgnacioIl y a 13 jours

    Make everything thicker please!! -- Even smartphones would benefit from bigger batteries. People get so caught in trends, it's like the girls in the 70s would cut a toe to be able to use pointy shoes. It's just barbaric. Please start using common sense and bring back the old keyboard!

  60. FonarovOfficial

    FonarovOfficialIl y a 13 jours

    No, I sit by my MacBook for hrs at a time and if it was thick my wrist would hurt to much

  61. yourtv

    yourtvIl y a 13 jours

    Make MacBook thicker!!!!

  62. Luke Bradford

    Luke BradfordIl y a 13 jours

    Im currently using a 2014 mac pro and i think its great but theres not enough usb ports on them for music production. And now theyve brought out this new one with no usb, making you buy more accessories when the time comes to gettin a new laptop it womt be a mac thats for sure.

  63. Adam Britsch

    Adam BritschIl y a 13 jours

    Apple used to make stuff that wasn't shitty, they should go back to doing that. It's like Jobs died and they didn't know what to do so they just kept doing what he used to. Jobs didn't strip e to make stuff thinner, he wanted stuff better

  64. LampDoesVideogame

    LampDoesVideogameIl y a 13 jours

    *Make ELECTRONICS thick again!(Except tvs) I'd take an extra mm or 3 to get longer battery life.

  65. 𝖘 𝖍 𝖎 𝖗 𝖔

    𝖘 𝖍 𝖎 𝖗 𝖔Il y a 13 jours

    Thermal throttling has been an issue with my 2013 15" macbook pro as well and almost every other macbook pro as far as I heard. I do CAD, rendering, simulations and have never seen my cpu go under 100 decrees C under full load

  66. Xiao-Meng Wang

    Xiao-Meng WangIl y a 13 jours

    Keep MacBook Pro Thick as F

  67. whard wear

    whard wearIl y a 13 jours

    Put the Ethernet Port on Mac Book again

  68. Old Merc

    Old MercIl y a 13 jours

    MacBook & MacBook air= As thin as possible MacBook Pro= Thick and with lots of ports, not just USB-C ¿Are they going to do it? Obviously not.

  69. Ciaran Boyle

    Ciaran BoyleIl y a 13 jours

    My MacBook Pro is from early 2013, and I honestly wouldn't want anything thinner. It's meant to be my portable workhorse - I edit videos and photos just fine even after these 6 years. And still, it's thinner than most books, and fits into any bag I need it to. Why would I sacrifice the function of my keyboard and the durability of my computer just for something so benign as making it thinner? Apple has really baffled me on this one.

  70. iciclenights

    iciclenightsIl y a 13 jours

    Is it just me,or i love the Macbook Air (2017) Design? I just want the Air 2017 with a retina display...

  71. Soumya Pandit

    Soumya PanditIl y a 13 jours

    i prefer thick over skinny 😉

  72. Muhammad Ahmed

    Muhammad AhmedIl y a 13 jours

    The T H I C C E R the better

  73. vijay kumar

    vijay kumarIl y a 13 jours

    Make it thick. With out problems.

  74. Ron Zack

    Ron ZackIl y a 13 jours

    Actually OWC was working on a MacBook Pro add-on that really would make the MPB thick again! I think they were calling the "DEK" or something along those lines. Sadly, I don't think anything will ever come of it.

  75. Alg 2003

    Alg 2003Il y a 13 jours

    But will it have a headphone jack?

  76. Amin Mohammed

    Amin MohammedIl y a 13 jours

    Agree 100% .. keyboard sucks to the level of getting dissapointed , thats one thing which is user experience , feel and thats feels like CHEAP paper

  77. zayden rizzo

    zayden rizzoIl y a 13 jours

    I PLAY CSGO ON MY MACBOOK AIR ( $1000 VERSION ) AND GET 130FPS AND THE THERMAL ARE LIKE 90 DEGREES F AND THE FANS GET VERY LOUD.

  78. Schwarzie x

    Schwarzie xIl y a 13 jours

    I am a mobile Workstation user and i fully agree with that. Make the Devices for low power users that use them for surfing and browsing thin, but keep the professional line thick. Dell for example made their workstationlineup thinner again, and they are running into similar performance problems like apple (of course not that pronounced, but the performance IS way below what i would expect. the three hihgest CPU options are basically pointless for more demanding workloads like for example Blender Renderings) The thinnessvirus has infected everything in the mobile sector and is now also hurting Pro devices. the U CPUs already are pretty stupid. It took till Skylake/Kabylake till U CPUs could compete with Sandy Bridge "full power" CPUs in longer workloads and even then still barely. So why upgrading from something like a T420 Officebook if the new one barely offers better performance in situations where you really need performance? Notebooks need to once again offer a thicker option for users that need performance. Noone wants to take something like an Air away from people that want it, but dont take professional uisers devices away from them. Oh and when im rating: get rid of the Thunderbolt Portreplicators and bring back real dockingstations!

  79. eduardoig17

    eduardoig17Il y a 13 jours

    I like my thin MacBook Pro, I like the keyboard, I don't need an SD card slot, the only thing I miss is MagSafe. I would like to have upgradeable storage, the Touch Bar I could take or leave

  80. MCG.

    MCG.Il y a 13 jours

    i love apples design and its really amazing they can make such a beautiful machines. But the trade offs for performance and the lack of foresight on issues that may come up make these overpriced and really lacking. it makes me sad since older apple designs can stand the test of time and all these new ones can barley break the 5 year mark before issues arise. Apple needs to focus more on function over form. Making a macbook pro like the 2015 is a better idea and killing this version.

  81. Alexander Vergarar

    Alexander VergararIl y a 14 jours

    I do agree and I would rather get a thicker MacBook Pro with ports and better cooling. Apple offers different models like the air, which is not that thin, and the regular MacBook for those looking for something more portable.

  82. Robert Schlackman

    Robert SchlackmanIl y a 14 jours

    The 2017 macbook pro is my last mac unless they change. Hopefully mine won't break before 2021. But I hate the keyboard to the point where I mostly use an external keyboard.

  83. RogerWilco

    RogerWilcoIl y a 14 jours

    I have the 2018 model. I would prefer a thicker, more robust and reliable and upgradable machine. I don't think this really is a PRO machine, it's too much form over function. I don't really like the keyboard, especially the arrow keys. I think the Touchbar is completely useless, it's worse than regular keys, and I've been trying to find a use for it for almost a year now. I had a 2011 model before this. Yes, with the DVD player and actual ports. The size and weight of that were fine. I want a PRO machine.

  84. Dryblow

    DryblowIl y a 14 jours

    I have macbook pro 15'' 2015 and I bought it in 2016, do the mat. lol

  85. Soso Mama

    Soso MamaIl y a 14 jours

    Apple need Jurgen Klopp to change things. They’ll be great again.

  86. DatAviation 340

    DatAviation 340Il y a 14 jours

    Do you want an *obese MacBook?*

  87. T H

    T HIl y a 14 jours

    apple sucks dick

  88. Terrible Music

    Terrible MusicIl y a 14 jours

    Windows and Android is always better lol #AppleIsShit lolol hue

  89. modolief

    modoliefIl y a 14 jours

    1) Regarding the point of this video: You are correct. 2) Fucking Apple bullshite thin concept -- motherfuckers need to take their collective head out of their ass.

  90. Klaevin

    KlaevinIl y a 14 jours

    a macbook stands out? are you crazy? the only thing that makes an apple device stand out is the stupid logo. it looks just like any other ultrabook out there

  91. Viktor

    ViktorIl y a 14 jours

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  92. Joey

    JoeyIl y a 14 jours

    Nooo don’t make laptops thick, the thinner the more corporations push technology forward.

  93. Zachary Sandberg

    Zachary SandbergIl y a 11 jours

    Corporations can overcome the laws of thermodynamics and material properties?

  94. Curious Wars

    Curious WarsIl y a 14 jours

    Honestly I don’t know where you got the idea it has to have soldered storage to be that thin plenty of ultra thin laptops and even ultra books have normal ssd drives or m.2 drives with no issues. The keyboard is better on many other ultra thin laptops as well. These are just excuses imo. As for the cooling they could have gone with ryzen and had a LOT less issues with cooking without sacrificing performance for pretty much anything but gaming. Intel just runs too hot these days

  95. Luciana C

    Luciana CIl y a 14 jours

    and i’m here still rocking the 2015 macbook pro, can’t say i have any complaints

  96. Aarya Patel

    Aarya PatelIl y a 14 jours

    just make the macbook thin and thicc

  97. Arhan Solo

    Arhan SoloIl y a 14 jours

    I have an MBP 2015. At work I tried the new MBP from 2017. And I loved the way it types. But I can't ignore the problems with it. The 2015 model still satisfies. I'll try to wait until they fixed the issues. Problem is that Apple probably comes up with more features that give problems...

  98. Colegate Spinks

    Colegate SpinksIl y a 14 jours

    Where I work, there are a number of us in IT that use Mac laptops as our primary system. I think I'm using one of the older ones and it thick. I'm very pleased with it. Most of those with the ultra thin, routinely carry the system with them from one meeting to another. They are not looking for an ultra thin system, but a very light weight system. That being said, and IMHO, I think that the real workhorses Mac Book Pro family with expandable options, hefty processors, more USB 3 and USB C ports should be the thick, while there an ultra light with little of no expansion less power in the processor with a USB C, USB 3, display out of some sort, similar to an ipad pro with a decent keyboard except runs XOS with a minimal solid state drive of 256Gb. Basically a Mac version of the Microsoft Surface for those that need an ultra portable solution.

  99. lcrooks69

    lcrooks69Il y a 14 jours

    Apple would never do this. It is completely contrary to their entire philosophy like it or not. You want something thick - buy a PC.

  100. Andrew Aaron Zheming Bao

    Andrew Aaron Zheming BaoIl y a 14 jours

    I have never had any problems with my MacBook Air newest model. I have never had any issues and it has about about 5 months. Plus i have seen lots of dirt and dust under the keys, they still type perfectly fine.

  101. Skylark

    SkylarkIl y a 14 jours

    Products can be made thin and light as has been shown by many Windows machines featuring good durability. The fact that there are durability issues suggests inadequate testing. A couple of prominent Windows brands test their products for durability extensively, and this eliminates the school-boy flaws such as those described in this video.

  102. pinkeye00

    pinkeye00Il y a 14 jours

    the CPU throttles ... so not worth having.

  103. Rodrigo Esparza

    Rodrigo EsparzaIl y a 14 jours

    Watching this video on my thicker 2011 MacBook Pro.

  104. Kerrie Redgate

    Kerrie RedgateIl y a 14 jours

    You’re so right, Dave. What is this race to the millimetre?! It’s a useless exercise. It’s not as if the reduction in aluminium is making the MacBooks any cheaper! Anorexic computers are losing their usefulness; and, I believe, are becoming more fragile in the process. “Form follows function” is a first principle in design. And the Zen approach, which was Steve Job’s main influence, is not supposed to be about elimination, but, rather, *simplification*-getting something down to essentials. I love MAC OS as well, but these new MacBooks are failing us. We’re losing ports, we’re losing functionality, we’re losing efficiency in that process. I don’t want to carry around a tote bag full of dongles. I want four ports I can use concurrently! My first MacBook Air in 2013 had no infra-red sensor for a projector pointer. I’d had no idea until I was standing in front of my audience! Apple really let me down there! My previous AUD$249 MSI 10” netbook had one! Sure, I want devices that are beautifully designed. But I don’t buy them just to stand them up on the fireplace ledge! Good industrial design must be functional, or it’s not “good design”.

  105. scottls

    scottlsIl y a 14 jours

    I absolutely agree! All I have are the slightly out-dated Apple MacBook Pro, iPhone 6+ and a cheese grater Mac Pro because they are thicker, more durable, and better designed to be used, as well as upgraded and repaired. I know Apple is just dying to get me to buy all new devices, but with so many of the newer iterations less durable, they are also designed not to be repairable! (or at least not affordably)

  106. Hadi Ariakia

    Hadi AriakiaIl y a 14 jours

    First remove Tim Cook, then put back mega safe, usb ports, sd card reader, this game boys are noy laptop in the first place.