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I just still can't get over how much the value has improved. I'm in reverse sticker shock! Everything's better, yet it's $1,000 less than the prior model (at the same configurations). Before, I was facing paying more than I'd ever spent on a MBP yet accepting a laptop configured with less than my minimum requirements, 'cause I simply couldn't afford it. At these new lower prices, not only can I afford what I need, I'm now considering splurging on a 4TB hard drive - it's still cheaper.
You guys might want to consider a trade in: Even though the value of your 2016-2018 Macbook Pros has fallen, the lower new prices might compensate for that.
I just wish we'd get larger high quality monitors. We were at 32", 43" was coming online slowly, but in the past 2 years we've seen a massive slide back to 27" monitors. Didn't monitors hit 30" back in 2010? What's this obsession with putting all the quality in tiny monitors? Don't get me wrong - I can use a 27" monitor fine, and larger monitors are mainly a luxury. But still - with televisions being 65" there's no reason we can't shoot for a 49" pro-monitor. Or at least 32".
Instead, we're getting these bizarre ribbon monitors that are 6 feet wide and 1 foot high.
High Sierra: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208969
The rest: https://support.apple.com/downloads
Further back than that, the best way is hitting the App Store from a Yosemite Mac and checking out the Purchased tab -- assuming that's where you got the OS from.
Thanks so much for these details. But is it likely that Apple would update any of theses?
StrangeDays said:bobolicious said:...and so if one wants a new retail mac that can still run a more debugged macOS and 32 bit apps is time running out...? Will the iMac be locked down and T2'ed as well ?