09 Jul '12, 7pm

Apple

In MacBook Pro with Retina Display Really Sucks (at Being Repairable) , Tech editor Jaymi Heimbuch described the problem many of us have with the new Apple notebooks. She framed it in the context of the maker movement, where the credo is "If you can't open it, you don't own it." Many commenters on TreeHugger and other sites were dismissive, noting, correctly, that Apple repairs and recycles. One commenter on Jaymi's post put it particularly well: Not everyone wants to - or should for that matter - upgrade or repair their own devices. The closed system, like many of Apple's product and development systems, is done deliberately to protect its engineering integrity. Further, the compromises you take issue with are sacrificed for greater opportunities in design; something that makes Apple products so alluring and everything else look crap-tastic. Commenter Johnny is absolutely...

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/gadgets/you-can-be-too-thin-why...

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