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MacBook Air RT?
 Even Apple sources components from different suppliers with varying levels of performance (Samsung vs. LG, SanDisk) sometimes within the same product model.
 Apple marketing perhaps?  This experience should show armchair CIOs that implementing and supporting iPads or Macs for thousands of people is completely different from using your own device at home.
Maybe that's why certain Apple applications in Yosemite such as Migration Assistant, Script Editor, TextEdit keep opening at the bottom left corner of the screen no matter how many times I try to reset the default window position or delete preferences?  
 I guess this is the problem with combining 2 different standards, PCIe and DisplayPort into the same connector, with both standards evolving separately of one another. BTW, will Thunderbolt 3 continue to use the same connector or will that change also?
If China is so corrupt and of such low quality, why would Apple hire the same factories that make these products?
Be careful about what you call "crap journalism".  Don't you know that he has "A decade of experience in technical consulting or employment in information technology, recognized by the University of California to be equivalent to a Master’s Degree in Computer Science"? http://www.roughlydrafted.com/resume.html
Right after people here start protesting that they will never buy anything that is made by Samsung or contains Samsung components, all while waiting at the local Apple Store to buy their Mac, iPhone or iPad.
Too often, people outside the IT industry think that running computers in an organization is the same as setting up their living room computer or their friend's computer.  So what they do in their living room must also be ok to do for hundreds or thousand of business users.  The home users are also not subject to many of the regulations that companies in certain industries are required to follow.
You can also check the speed rating that is displayed   USB 2.0 / High Speed: Up to 480 Mb/sec USB 3.0 / Super Speed: Up to 5 Gb/sec
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