Apple has clearly lost their focus since Jobs past away. And, before anyone calls me an Apple hater look at the age of my account. I was using Apple products long before (probably) 90% of the users on these forums. I've owned every iPhone since 3S. I've bought in total seven MacBooks (Air, Retina, Pro) and six iMacs. My family also has five iPads. My current laptop is the Retina MacBook and the iPhone 7 Plus. My wife has a 13" MBA and the iPhone 6 Plus. I'm 40. Decades ago I used to be a developer and graphic designer. But, I hated Apple products. I was 100% PC. Then, about a decade ago I bought my first MacBook (white one) and then the iPhone...that's when I realized Apple products were better. They were better built and (the most important) they were convenient and easy to use. I've sold so many people on switching to Apple it's not even funny. Now, it's almost 2017 and we just saw the iPhone 7 and the MacBook Pro updates. The removal of the headphone jack from the iPhone didn't bother me much since I don't use it often. But, I've been waiting for the new MacBooks for a few years. This is not what I expected. Apple has begun selling marketing instead of features. Let me explain. Years ago Steve Jobs focused on products that made people's lives easier. The iPhone is popular because of how easy it is to use. But, recently the device and operating system have become harder to use. I have yet to meet anyone who likes the new iOS (yes, I'm sure there are folks who love it, but I'm referring to people I know). Remember the iPod Shuffle that didn't have any buttons? People complained (me included) and then Jobs came out and added the buttons back! It's in one of his presentations, I loved it...because it showed he actually listened to his customers. Now, we have the MacBook Pro and it's...well, not a MacBook Pro anymore. Look at how many Pro users are shaking their heads. It's too many and for good reason. Apple just launched an inconvenient MacBook Pro. What does that mean? It means for a typical Pro user they need to do more to accomplish the same function. Apple didn't upgrade the MacBook Pro, all they did was make a better MacBook Air. They removed the ports that 99% of people use (USB ports). They removed the SD tray (hello, I'm a photographer). They basically removed everything that made the MacBook Pro convenient to use. Also, why does this MacBook Pro have almost the same specs as the previous models (back to 2010...)? Again, I've been a huge Apple product user for almost a decade. But, this recent path Apple is going on is really turning people off. I have never seen so many users dislike the products Apple launches. I was going to upgrade to a MacBook Pro from the Retina MacBook, but now I won't because it's the same machine with three more USB-C ports. Sure, the fancy Touch Bar is new. But, there is nothing the Touch Bar does I cannot do with the track pad and my thumb. Instead of focusing on "thin" they needed to focus on function and convenience. It's what made Apple popular and the #1 phone and computer company in the world. The MacBook Pro needs at least one UBS port and leave the SD tray. Seriously, thin isn't that important. At some point thinner does not equal to better. Apple has lost their focus. They were leaders because they gave people devices that made their lives easier. That's no longer the case.