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Apple has opaquely, and with a heavy dose of market-speak, pivoted away from professional workflows. The MacBook Pro is 'Pro' in name only. The company is abandoning professionals so it can chase money. Some have argued that Apple has no idea who the MacBook Pro is for. I argue they know exactly who it is for: general purpose users with cash to burn. Apple is abandoning the people who have driven and defined what a Mac is for decades. The marketing and sales people are in control and they're letting Jonny Ive pursue his fetish obsession with thinness at the expense of performance: https://torusoft.com/blog/preemptive-multi-talking-E22
Seems right. Apple has never been able to conquer sleep/wake. Can't count the number of OS X releases that had Macs waking up at random times, especially after 3am. Another example of Apple Core Rot.