This may or may not be a new thought from a user of Mac Rumours* (My British Mac auto corrected that) but I can't help but think Apple are thinking to the future of computing before we are actually ready to step in that direction. I know somebody has to make the first move, but this Macbook has hopped, skipped and jumped head first forward in its thinness and beauty and about a century backwards in time with regard to usefulness. Think form over function, for instance. The iPhone and iPad (to sync wirelessly) first needs to be connected via a wire to your computer of choice, so if you have an iPhone you need to add a dongle to your basket right away. That instantly says to me that the future isn't wireless after all. A 'Find My iPhone Over Wifi Via iTunes' feature would have been well implemented, but Apple skipped that part of forward thinking. This obviously isn't a major issue for all, but I feel a little cheated. I could sacrifice thinness for ports and battery life that could potentially last for days, not to mention the space for more logic board and a fan, because is silent computing actually useful if the machine crawls as some suggest it does at times? I hope the obsession with being thin or small soon dies so we can gain back some of the speed and usefulness of our Macs.