I know at this price point I shouldn't even care anymore for an additional $25, but they could've shown at least a little decency by adding a USB-C to USB-A adapter in the box, at least so that you can connect your iPhone...
Such a laughable excuse by Phil. DDR3 RAM, smaller battery, necessitating a small pouch for your dongles/adapters. Seriously, the 0.5 pounds and millimeters they've shaved off are more than offset by the inconvenience of having to carry/find/lose/replace/order your adapters.According to Phil...it's for "experience."
"Apple's first notebook with a lit-up Apple logo was the third-generation PowerBook G3 released in 1999"Steve Jobs also did this-
You don't have to get adapters from Apple, USB-C is not a proprietary standard, it is USB, done right.I know at this price point I shouldn't even care anymore for an additional $25, but they could've shown at least a little decency by adding a USB-C to USB-A adapter in the box, at least so that you can connect your iPhone...
You should know by now that means next to nothing. Apple will always have preorders' shipping times slip away. It's not quite the glowing logo..lol, but it's effective marketing.Order times on these new models are already slipping faster than previous models. They're selling plenty well.
It just comes across as being cheap. The customer pays big bucks for this and Apple cheaps out on a minor add on. That leaves a bad taste in a customer's mouth.So the extension cord that was previously included is now $19 extra?
Apple's greed has no bounds.