Real MacBook Pro - what will happen to him?

Apsik

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Jun 14, 2013
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I've been using "Mac Book" without retiny. There is a computer in which I fell in love for the reliability of a true harvester working in the graphic. I fear terrible day that Apple will give up this position in sowijej offer. Currently it is perfect for me, work equipment with reasonable computing power after four years of work, quality, appearance, stability and reliability are its strengths. And what is most important: the ability to expand!

Fashion for equipment that can not be a simple extension as the mac book pro retina or the new Mac Pro. It leads to the fact that people who work professionally with sound, graphics, starting to reverse the apple. Apple brand the opinions of professionals built slowly through radical solutions begin with the reverse of the brand. Risk because computers are beginning to be addressed to the average user who buys an apple for show and not for work. Apple hopes that every two years, their followers will replace equipment with new.
Is this happens, the current argument was simple macbook pro is the hardware for years now is slowly becoming a one-off

However, users are professionally attached to swoch equipment, and what their najbardzij twirled in apple, in addition to the stability of the system, beautiful design, and the power of it is expandable. Weather can be such that in a few years, the main product that Apple will sell mac book air will cause the retina MBP soldered RAM and hard drive rather not universal will not win many hearts of the people who use the equipment to operate as normal MBP. I, too, being a graphic designer with all the love for apple starting to think about a change at the PC. My dream was to be upgraded when the situation plain apple Mac Book Pro with new processor no longer has to have retiny long as it is still expandable.
Send what do you think?
 

Drew017

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May 29, 2011
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Not sure what you're trying to say here... are you worried that Apple is going to remove the non- retina MacBook Pro from the lineup?
 

Cloverof4

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Jun 20, 2013
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San Diego, California
Unclear..

I think?? what you're trying to say is that Apple is taking steps in the wrong direction with retina, making the people who don't have retina lesser?

Your post is really unclear... If I do understand this correctly...

Yes, I DO think Apple will eventually kill the non-retina, why wouldn't they? Apple comes out with a new model every year, (you mentioned something like this in your post, saying that this was driving people away -- THEY'VE ALWAYS DONE THIS. haha) and there's no reason to make two models each time.

Again, I don't know what you're really trying to ask, sorry
 

tgi

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Aug 29, 2012
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I think he is just generally upset about the direction Apple is taking with the MacBook Pro line. Making it closed without the ability for future upgrades. Having RAM soldered in and using propriety hardware.

"Apple hopes that every two years, their followers will replace equipment with new."

He wishes the MacBook Pro line would stay like the classic MBPs and have the ability to be upgraded, thus lasting longer (4-5 years).
 

musicdude42

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Jun 20, 2013
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I think he is just generally upset about the direction Apple is taking with the MacBook Pro line. Making it closed without the ability for future upgrades. Having RAM soldered in and using propriety hardware.

"Apple hopes that every two years, their followers will replace equipment with new."

He wishes the MacBook Pro line would stay like the classic MBPs and have the ability to be upgraded, thus lasting longer (4-5 years).
I agree with him. Retina screens aren't really needed unless you're a photographer or a movie maker, ideally. Sure, they're nice and show you have the extra cash to burn, but that doesn't mean you'll put them to good use. The standard MBP actually has features that the rMBP doesn't, such as the button on the side that displays how much battery charge you have left, or the ethernet connection (may not be of much use to most people.).