This seems like it could be the tipping point from main rig & portable rig, to a single unified system that's portable enough to travel. Waiting for some feedback & reviews, but it looks promising!
I don't think they're just charging you because of more Ram, it's just the fact that it's soldiered in and they're thinking its a different logic board with each upgrade.
why pay for high specs if can’t handle the pressure? False advert. That’s why I’ll wait.nice. with i9 , 8 core and 64gb of ram im sure it will blow most benchmarks out the wazooo.
price is obviusuly an issue but there i has a bulky mac pro 5,1 not even close to this new macbook and it cost me about the same when i got it new. its been more than 10 years. if you pay this new macbook monthly in 4 years its about $122 per month. which is not that bad if you are making money with it, cuz im sure its not to only surf the web. the form factor also affects price.
i might pull the trigger on this one. although the cooling might be an issue as well as fan noise.
Yes. I bought (What could potentially be my last mac laptop) in 2018. I didn't see any amazing performance improvement over my 2015 one. The only thing I saw was my SSD replacement privileges taken away at a higher "inflationary" price.i guess we'll have to see. some of the reviewers who got a hold of it didntmention amuch about that... or anything really.
From what I understand the answer is "no". Macs are only able to support the operating system at time of release and onwards. So in the case of these new 16", that'd be Catalina and onwards. Really stupid tbh...Hmmm, it should be possible to restore a High Sierra image no ?
Using Time Machine.