I have a 13' Macbook Air Mid 2011 and it's lasted me until now. Looks like the logic board went out. I got a replacement and it worked for a few days and then it stopped working like before. Luckily I got a refund but I don't want to keep trying to fix the computer anymore because of its age. So I did a lot of research and I did not like what the new 13' Macbook Pro's have to offer especially in regards to repairability, price, ports, and how you don't have access to the SSD if a failure occurs. Looks like you need to take it to Apple to get data off the SSD since they use a special tool. That means extra money and ontop of that I would probably have to get AppleCare just to be safe. So all this makes it very expensive compared to my other option, a Thinkpad T470. The thing is I like the Mac OS and I'm pretty much used to it but not sure about Windows 10 and it's stability versus the Mac. Also it seems that the Thinkpad is more durable than the Macbook Pro. I'm thinking long term and the Macbook Pro seems like it's fragile and wouldn't last. I read too many horror stories of things not working and people having to send it back for repair etc. There are some things that I do like which is the screen is really good, and wifi is faster than the T470 but other than that what else does the Macbook Pro have over the Thinkpad that's worth double the price?