Holy crap. Are you serious? Nobody? Everybody I know and work with owns one. I own 2!!!Holy crap. Are you guys serious? Nobody bought the 17" behemoth before so what's going to change to reverse that? A MBA17? You can make it as thin as you want but the overall dimensions will still be based on a 17" display.
Exactly.I use a 17" MBP at work, and d*** around with C# on my girlfriend's 13" retina MBP, and the 17" is better is almost every non-form-over-function way imaginable.
I'd pull a Jim Dalrymple and say "nope", but then I'd get my comment deleted and another BS private message from the "mods" telling me I can't use a one-word answer because apparently it'd crash the entire forum and even the internet! So instead I'll say this: As of this very instant perhaps, but all I can say is it is indeed not permanently dead.Unless you have some proof, that's just speculation. As of now, it's dead.
Your age is showing. The "reference" went right by you.The name's Henry and no, it's not.
Got the Trek reference just fine. I'm an optimist, not a doctor! And glad I've still got my Apple ][Your age is showing. The "reference" went right by you.
Ok. If it will help I hope the 17" MBP comes back. Whatever. It won't cost me anything nor did it ever hurt my wallet when it was produced.
But hang on to the ones you have now. Pack 'em up real nice. In 50 years who knows... $500,000 at auction.
I wish I still had my Apple ][.