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On obsolescence and longevity
This week there were a couple of pieces by Stephen Hackett which caught my attention, as for once they directly affect me and the equipment that I use on a daily basis. In the first it’s reported that, following an update to the Vintage and Obsolete Products List, my ageing but perfectly serviceable late 2008 aluminium macbook has reached the milestone of being considered obsolete.
The second post, from yesterday declares my mac a future classic . It’s a slightly strange thing to be writing this post on a mac that is now considered both obsolete and a future classic. The design machine is virtually indistinguishable from the 13″ Macbook Pro which is still available from Apple. For me, this mac is perfectly useable. Granted, through its life, I’ve upgraded the RAM, first to 4Gb and then to 8Gb and have also swapped out the old spinning hard drive for an SSD which means that as I type this, it’s virtually silent. I’m sure that if I hadn’t made those upgrades I would have replaced the machine, but I could, and did and they extended its useful life massively. I’m running OS X Yosemite and fully expect to upgrade to OS X El Capitan when it’s released later this year. Yes, my mac is showing its age – there are a few dings and scratches in the case, the optical drive doesn’t work and the battery holds very little charge these days, but day in day out it still does all that I ask of it with very little fuss or complaint.
Of course I’d like to upgrade to a Retina display and faster processor but it’s rare that I really feel like those things are absolutely necessary. I’m sure that eventually something will finally give up the ghost and a repair will either be impossible or too expensive to be worthwhile, or the mac will finally be too old to get the latest and greatest software updates, at which point, I’ll probably upgrade. Until then though, I see no reason to. This mac has been going strong for more than six years now, which I think is testament to...Source: Tom Whild
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Apple’s iPad Pro Will Be an Evolutionary Product07/14/15 ,via Mac Observer
Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro is almost a certainty given what we now know ... of the iPad making the PC utterly obsolete were a case of starry-eyed overreaching. The sales slowdown happened because, in my opinion, 1) the use cases didn't require constant ...
2016 Apple MacBook Air to Debut Alongside the Latest MacBook Pro and iPad Lines in October07/13/15 ,via masterherald.com
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Invellop Announces New Macbook Pro 13" Leather Case03/08/14 ,via Yahoo Finance
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Apple has been testing a giant iPad for at least 3 years07/06/15 ,via The Business Insider
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