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It's not just upgraders. It's users whose computers go bad and need repair. Without a removable SSD, that data is lost if the motherboard goes bad; repair stations cannot swap that SSD into another computer to save the data. If the memory goes bad, the owner is suddenly paying for an entirely new motherboard instead of a cheap DIMM module.The 99% of users who couldn't care less about upgrading should not compromise for the sake of upgradability for a few users. Apple is simply listening to its customers.
Banging away furiously at your keyboard on forums won't change anything. If you don't like, there's always the plastic Windows alternatives from Dell et al.
"Apple induces continued infringement by at least encouraging and instructing its customers to perform some or all of the claimed steps, including instructing them on the use of the low power mode, with the knowledge that that such use constitutes infringement of the ’113 Patent"
Telling users to enable low power mode to save battery is an infringement? Wut??? This company is out of its skull.
georgie01 said:Yes, because the major news outlets never run news that is deliberately misleading or absurdly biased...
Rayz2016 said:I like the way they begin with an advert for themselves.