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anonymous:
Grubs, many of us are more unhappy with the death of MagSafe than the absence of USB-A ports on the MBPs.

We want Apple to embrace the future, but we want them to do it correctly. Their current "strategy" is a muddled mess.

Your comments on the 30-pin to Lightning switch do not translate well.

Tim Cook delenda est.
8:44 pm — Friday, 4 November 2016
addicted:
How many of the people complaining are Tech writers, and how many are actual users? The people complaining are not reviewers, but actual users of the platform (if anything, reviewers have been less harsh on Apple than users).

We aren't just talking the front page of CNET. We are talking about Macrumors forum members who have been pushing the Mac for the better part of the last decade or so.
9:20 pm — Friday, 4 November 2016
Depressed:
Even if it had 32GB and any ports you wanted, the new MBP and OS Sierra are nothing to be exited about. Apple has UNLIMITED FUNDS and spend billions in R&D to produce what? A fucking touch strip??????????
Tim Cook is destroying Apple.
9:20 pm — Friday, 4 November 2016
CarlJ:
Apple doesn't do the impossible like 32GB LPDDR4 RAM. *WAAAAH*

Apple only does a spec update with no major changes. *WAAAAH*

Apple makes major future-forward changes. *WAAAAH*

You fucking people!
10:24 pm — Friday, 4 November 2016
Depressed:
So what are you trying to say. Please be specific.
11:56 pm — Friday, 4 November 2016
anonymous:
> So what are you trying to say. Please be specific.

He's saying you dipshits bitch and moan about everything Apple does (or does not do). Further, your bitching and moaning is not even self-consistent.

CarlJ, did I get that about right?
2:58 am — Saturday, 5 November 2016
CarlJ:
Dead on balls accurate.
12:24 am — Monday, 7 November 2016
Patrick Henry, the 2nd:
Its not that hard. Keep fucking MagSafe, keep fucking USB-A ports, add fucking 32GB of memory.

ITS NOT FUCKING DIFFICULT.
2:09 am — Wednesday, 9 November 2016
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