Hopefully future models will re-introduce it... although I'm not counting on it.I think it's just because of the thinness...
Yep, me too. One of my professors got annoyed by it once because it would light up all the time and draw attention in the darkened room. I had to reduce the brightness and force it to remain awake.i have no problem with them removing it. i always thought that it was a tacky thing, like spinning rims on cars.
It was a wonderful bit of advertising on Apple's part. Notice on TV how many Apple machines have that glowing apple logo blocked with paper or something. As if we don't know...i have no problem with them removing it. i always thought that it was a tacky thing, like spinning rims on cars.
No, you are not. That was/is a "trade mark".
The antenna on Mac notebooks has usually been located in the hinge, under the plastic cover, not anywhere near the logo on the lid.Wondering if it's due to the wifi being integrated within the machine now. The first gen iPad and the older iMacs, the wifi antenna was hidden behind the plastic Apple logo.
OLED FTW. I've used them since the Galaxy S2 and there's no comparison. Sure my Surface 2 and Macbook have LCDs but my phone and PSVita have the OLEDs. Forget color accuracy, I want like vivid colors.To me it's a sign that OLED displays are not far behind. I'd be willing to make the tradeoff when OLED displays eventually become available.
For right now, I'll be sticking to my rMBP.
Why? The model name of Apple's portables have always been written under the display dating all the way back to the original PowerBook. The odd ball out is the rMBPs when they moved the text to the belly pan of the machine. Honestly it bothered me that the Retina Pro's don't have it.I have a bigger issue with the word 'MacBook' appearing below the screen.
I'm gonna miss it. It was instantly iconic and something that set the Macs apart from the PCs. Now the back of the rMB looks like the back of an iPad with the logo turned 90 degrees.No, you are not. That was/is a "trade mark".
I guess it was also Ive's idea to do the same as on iPhones...