The death of the MacBook Pro 13 marks the end of the worst era of MacBook design

I got my first MacBook in 2006, it was the 13-inch white polycarbonate model, and it was by far my favorite laptop that I had ever owned at the time. Over the years it was first replaced by the black polycarbonate MacBook (the current Space Black wishes it could achieve that level of cool) and then with a string of MacBook Pros starting around 2011 when I started my career as a freelance journalist that ultimately landed me at Laptop Mag.

I’m not so narcissistic as to think you care about the timeline of my laptop ownership; I’m merely telling you all of this to say that I was an unwaveringly loyal MacBook owner for a decade. Then in 2016, Apple introduced the MacBook Pros with the TouchBar and over the next two years, my faith in Apple laptops was so badly eroded that I haven’t owned another MacBook in the proceeding 5 years.

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