One reason why Apple won't radically redesign the MacBook Pro
A few days ago, Cult of Mac'
s Leigh McMullen claimed that the MacBook Pro should not be redesigned
, as it's started to attain a valuable kind of mindshare: its current appearance is becoming entwined with the general public's idea of what a high-end notebook should look like. As a result, marketers put it in ads for stuff, free of charge to Apple, because of its aspirational connotations.
If you want a real life example, Leigh, check this out: Grocery chain Giant Eagle using it to sell vegetables and pasta
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