Was wondering what was the last Apple product you got and why?
I bought years ago my first iMac computer…
Sometime after that I got my very first and the very first iPhone ever released. (I still have that iphone, not on and working or anything but just saying I still have it).
Sense that first iphone I bought most of the iphones that came out, (maybe not every single one but most). Now I have the iPhone7+.
I think I am on my 3rd MacBookPro laptop computer. 🙂
Plus like you saw in two of my last post, I also have the apple watch too.
Oh, I also have the Apple AirPort Extreme for my internet wireless router.
I even listened to the Steve Jobs book on audio sometime last year and really enjoyed it.
If I was ever going to travel abroad for a long time I would really only be attached to taking my core apple products with me… and I would worry a bit about the safety of them, both in regarding water damage if it rains or theft.
It’s always a bonding comradery thing when you (I) meet someone else that also loves their apple products too.
And there is a bit of an inside joke or playing around when you meet someone that is not a fan of Mac products, like “you lost points from me” kind of thing.
One of the things I have always loved about Apple is that their operating system feels Zen to me.
Plus it’s nice that your Apple stuff is immune to getting viruses for the most part. Not that I am on so called bad sites or anything, but just saying, you know?
Feel free to contact me and tell me all about your favorite Apple Tech gadgets.
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I just don't know that this means... maybe I am slow but I don't get it.
do you understand this stuff?
I feel like I need to go to HTML school or watch some trainings to learn
all the stuff.
It's probably on YouTube for another site that can teach me a lot more
about this than a coding.
I do have really cool app creations ideas that I would like to create
at some point.
So maybe it would be good to understand this a lot better.
In the spring of 2015 Apple has brought us a new laptop! The 13-inch MacBook Pro had my interest from the very announcement, since the previous generations of MacBook Pros has been very dear to me.
Still, only minor changes in the overall specifications have happened with the MacBook Pro and I knew that the basic aluminum unibody chassis will be still there, so I was eager to see what Apple had to offer this time. Other premium laptops have by this time have mainly undergone various changes regarding their bodies, touchscreens, hybrid hinges and new graphic cards and even 4K displays. That being said, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air have pretty much kept their look and feel the same for the past years. But, I was still excited about the latest edition.
The Apple Mac version released in the spring of 2015, kept the same body and high-resolution Retina Display as before, it had some spec upgrades though. The Intel’s fifth-generation Core of the i-series chip has been replaced by Broadwell – which came as a disappointment. The performance jump was way too small, and it was supposed to give the battery a boost in its life time and boost the speed of the laptop – both of which I failed to experience as a user, even though perhaps the improvement is there it is certainly not as significant to be objectively seen as a user.
The price did not surprise me, the same $1,299 (which is the starting price) has also remained for the MacBook Pro, as well as the name and the fact that the manufacturer is Apple.
Moving on to trackpad, it looked and felt like many of Apple’s standard trackpads, but it had a new click-free design that managed to mimic the feel of a pad that could be physically pressed.
My concern with Apple is why would they even put out a laptop that basically has all the same components and performs actually almost the same as the previous one in their Apple laptop lineup, and this is something I encounter too much in the tech world. The potential customers are actually denied of any improvement in the laptop and they believe they are getting the latest premium-priced laptop. The exterior is the same and the interior of the Apple mac is pretty much the same and the only reason why Apple is distributing new premium-priced laptops is to attract customers to spend more money. While I understand that it is necessary for their company to make money, I disagree that as a potential customer I should spend money on a toy I do not need. Therefore, if you have a premium-priced laptop, I would rather wait for some significant changes that readily change my laptop right away when the latest edition is distributed.