Hi guys! When the new iPad Pros launched in june I purchased the new 12.9 inch iPad for work and home use. I quickly noticed that it had a problem where the screen "popped" when pressed under the front camera. After three months and two replacement units with the same problem, I gave up. Still waiting for a refund from Apple. I realized that a Macbook Pro probably would be a better fit anyway, so I bought a 2017 13 touchbar model. Had to send it back because it made a high clicking noise. I bought a new one and that unit had problems with both the keyboard and the speakers. In a couple of days I will get a third Macbook Pro. Hopefully that works fine... Seems like lots of people have problems with the 2017 Macbook Pro, so I'm preparing for the worst. It's really not like I have good luck with Apple products lately either. I currently own a gaming PC, but want a Mac for portability, iThoughts, OmniFocus, Ulysses, Apples Photos app, Airdrop etc. If my next Macbook Pro is faulty like the rest I'm considering a Macbook. Is the 2017 Macbook powerful enough for my usage? Not sure how demanding iThoughts with huge maps would be. Is the Macbook Pro noticeably faster for my usage? I rally hate using slow computers. Does the regular Macbook 2017 have as many problems as the Macbook Pros? Does it suffer from the same keyboard problems? Thanks!