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Comment: Still holding out hope for my dream MacBook

I came across a tweet from 2012 in my Timehop feed this week where I declared my intent to buy a 15-inch MacBook Air assuming one would exist eventually. The first MacBook Pro with Retina display was introduced earlier that year and had a 25 percent thinner design, but it was still pretty hefty. My hope has been for a MacBook that prioritizes “thinness” over power to deliver a larger display in a lightweight casing.
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