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Date First Available
October 29, 2016
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I got this computer only because my 2011 model didn't allow me to use airdrop and the usb and other stuff could not be upgraded. This computer is pretty much just OK. The touch bar is useless. The fact I have to buy all sorts of attachments to make my peripherals work is stupid. The computer is, however, much faster, and pretty, yeah, very pretty.
Really, it's ok, I just missed the excitement (fist pump) of getting this new computer.
I'm so in love with it, so thin and still so potent. Reliable as always, has 4 usb-c entrances so remember to buy adapters if you don't have yet. Super easy to configure, comes nearly ready to use (has an update on Apple store pending). Loved it! Oh, and you can game on it, yes, not hardcore but it's soft for indie games easily. Great Macbook <3
The display will blow your socks off! Came to this laptop from a MacBook Air (2013) with an i7 1.9 GHz processor and 8 GBytes RAM. This absolutely runs circles about the MacBook Air and is actually much smaller!
Would have given it five stars except for the lack of ports. Really, Apple, did you have to get rid of the SD card slot, and min-display port from a 'Pro' series computer? And the loss of the brilliant MagSafe power connector is a major faux pas!
Having to buy adapters for every Apple peripheral I have, including my very capable ThunderBolt display, is unconscionable!
Most expensive and worst apple product I have ever bought. Back in November I bough the new Macbook Pro thinking that for the cost that it should be a reliable computer but it isn't. Since the New Year, I have had to ship it into apple twice, first because it randomly decided not to log on and apple had it for over a week and they couldn't find anything wrong with it. Second is that the bottom section casing with the keyboard is designed poorly and so it will cracked the bottom section of screen. Since having it it is apparent that apple customer support has gone down hill and can't even get the right service number to check on it repair status. It has now been 4 days and from what apple has told me is that they are still waiting on parts to repair it. My computer was shipped in less then 12 hours and they haven't a part for half a week now. I regret buying this computer and it is the last Apple computer I will own. Been a mac user since 99 and never been so disappointed.
This MccBook Pro is my fourth since 2006 when I swore off PCS for Macs. It is also my smallest. My last one which I had for five years and sold for $700 worked great. I thought it had been stolen during a move and finally broke down and bought a new but smaller one. Naturally enough, that resulted in the old MBP reappearing when some boxes were moved in a closet. However think about the price I was able to get for a five year old laptop and then you will understand why Apple computers are so popular. They hold their value exceptionally well.
So why did I downsize to the 13 in MBP? The principal reason, I think, is that my 9.7 in iPad Pro had been handling much of my work during the absence of my laptop. I wasn't entirely reliant on the iPad Pro as I have 21in iMac on my desk at work. I was using the desktop for what I call heavy lifting-writing briefs and longer legal memoranda. But the simple fact is the iMac couldn't travel and from time to time I need to do heavy lifting when I am traveling. I figured if I could work with a 9.7 inch screen, a 13 in screen would be no problem.
The major question I get is is the 256 GB solid state hard rice enough? The answer is it is more than isufficient. Much of my work is stored in the cloud, mostly iCloud. It's acceptable across devices. I also have NAS storage which holds 6 TB of data and I can access on an iPad app. My entire network is always available to me.
The second question is about the TouchBar. I'm not sure that it's truly worth the extra cost, but it's close and it is incredibly cool. This model comes with 4 USB-C ports. The charger plugs into any of the ports leaving three free. However even with the cheaper 2 port TouchBar free model, you can buy a media hub relatively cheaply and connect various devices.
This MBP is extremely fast and the display is exceptional. Battery life is rate at about 9hours andi îso I only take a charger when I will be away overnight. You might want to buy an extra charger tomstick in your laptop bag or in your office or home. The little USB to USB-C apaptoe is also a worthwhile acquisition.
Finally AppleCare Plus should be purchased with any expensive Apple product. Any computer can breakdown. The AppleCare program is the best extended warranty I have ever had. It is far superior to most third party extended protection plans.
In sum, it's a great laptop and will hold its value.