After seeing a thread posted on the MR site yesterday about fingerprint tech and Apple working on their own proprietary implementation of it through glass, I came to a conclusion as to why I didn't buy the Macbook Pro 2016. It's from looking at the touch bar and finger print sensor and seeing a small line between them. They are two components! Now while this may seem petty and trivial to most, it says 2 things to me. 1. They pushed a really good product, not a great product. If they spent a little more time developing the technology the touch bar and fingerprint sensor could have been one seamless glass panel. And seeing that they are two components it was an eye sore as soon as I looked at the machine for the first time. My conclusion Tim Cook is more worried about numbers and sales then waiting a little longer for the great product. 2. Johny Ive has given up or isn't as good as everyone thinks when it comes to "attention to detail" as he's always saying. I'm sure they will do this in the next gen. with Kaby Lake or maybe when they hit the Cannon Lake model in 2018, but I can wait. My mid 2013 Air is plenty good for programming and development work. It's funny how that little detail prevented me from getting a new computer.