By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla
The most portable Mac retains the thin and light profile that mobile workers and frequent travellers appreciate and becomes a better vessel for many of the upcoming macOS Sierra features.
Notebooks and laptops are some of the most important and most personal devices we have today, yet for some reason, these devices seem somewhat stunted in terms of their evolution. Sure, they’re more powerful, new 2-in-1 paradigms have made them versatile for users who want a tablet as well, but for the most part many of the updates and new features seem incremental.
Learning a lot from making iPhones and iPad, Apple created the MacBook to usher in the next phase of personal computing in the notebook and laptop form factor but nothing about the MacBook is common to what’s in the market today.