Hey guys, It seems that I upgrade my Macbook Pro every 3 years. However, as I'm trying to sell my older 2016 Macbook Pro it seems that it has devalued alot. ~$2300 to maybe 1400 on high end if I'm lucky or 1300. I'm wondering if it makes better sense to upgrade your Macbook Pro EVERY YEAR right before or once the new model comes out. That way your Macbook is still valued high or close to what you bought it for. I just checked 2018 VS 2019 Macbook Pro prices and the 2018s are only a few hundred dollars cheaper. I'm a video editor so it helps to be on the cutting edge. Although, I realize that upgrades may only be 10% improvement. Is there an ideal upgrade cycle time where you save the most money? 1 year? 2 years? 3 years? On another note, another reason I'm thinking about this is because I'm trying to decide if I should get AppleCare for my new 2019 Macbook Pro. Especially, if I plan on re-selling it to upgrade in a year. Seems like it wouldn't make sense to have a 3 year AppleCare plan in that case and just stick with the 1 year warranty and then sell off at as high as value as possible. What do you guys think I should do? Appreciate the help!