Like this one?
Like this one?
I believe this is a case of "Waaah, Costco pushed us off the gravy train!"
Yup. They would have to get into the real estate business too, so these things have somewhere to land. My first thought was 50 miles, woopie-doo. You would probably end up driving more than that to get to your destination between getting to and from places these things could land.
Time to put on your tin foil hats boys and girls!
Actually, professional photographer's probably use CF cards. The esc key can emulated, and probably added to the touch bar. Ethernet is probably not used as much as you think it would be. Arguing that because someone doesn't use a port makes them not a professional, maybe they're a different kind a professional. Apple can't build a machine to meet every persons needs. If it doesn't work for you; don't buy it.
It's fucking not just usb c. It's thunderbolt 3, and usb c and the charging port. 4 40GBbs ports! That are not polarized! (the connector goes in either way) What's not nice about that!
I agree that there should have been at least one type A port for 'legacy' devices, but I don't see an adapter/dongle as being a deal killer; and there's already plenty of thunderbolt docks out there; albeit most are thunderbolt 2 right now.
Because there's a few countries that haven't seen the shining light that is the metric system.
Not to be left out...
What do disrupters do then?
Wow, 13 hour long episodes!? I'm gonna need at least 2 bathroom breaks!
If we are talking about the carbon footprint of growing the asparagus, don't we also have to include the carbon footprint of producing the the bus?
I guess I should have said I was agreeing with you. "Look how tiny Japan is compared to the mainland US" And, yes, over half being mountainous kinda leaves sweet nothing for a 31 km ring.
Outline of Japan superimposed on the US...
Pay those whom support the technology exorbitantly , and we'll buy big houses and hire gardeners, maids, butlers etc. Problem solved.
They forgot the option:
In English, every word can be verbed. Would that it were so in our programming languages.