Fast Company‘s Harry McCracken writes up a thorough review of the new Apple MacBook Pro.
He writes, “Apple, however, does care about computers being thin and light. It’s long achieved that goal in part by wringing out aging technologies before every last potential customer is willing to say goodbye to them, and doesn’t obsess over most standard tech specs. It loves to fuss over basic aspects of the experience such as screen quality. And it wants to introduce features that help Macs stand out from the the Windows-PC competition, such as its unique new Touch Bar. Judged on those priorities, the new MacBook Pros are, in most respects, winners—assuming you can deal with their price tags.”
Read the full story here.