A new iPhone is a most worth while cause.  I love my 7+.  Go with the plus if 
you do upgrade.

> On Oct 18, 2016, at 6:49 PM, E.T. <ancient.ali...@icloud.com> wrote:
> 
>   Interesting developments to be. I know nothing about USB C but I usually go 
> with the flow and so expect it probably will be an easy enough change to 
> adapt to.
> 
>   The touch bar I find interesting too. We need someone to beta test 
> hardware! Oh right. NDA. So much for that.
> 
>   My mid 2012 MBP still seems healthy whereas my bank account is not so a new 
> Mac is not on my radar. A new iPhone has a better chance.
> 
> From E.T.'s Keyboard...
>  Without H2O there is no life!
> ancient.ali...@icloud.com
> 
> On 10/18/2016 10:03 AM, Scott Granados wrote:
>> Found this article on redmond pie and it seemed totally on topic to discuss. 
>>  Includes expectations about the up coming release of the laptops including 
>> the end of the MacBook air 11, the 12 Inch MacBook taking the place of the 
>> 11 inch air, the continuation and upgrade of the MacBook air 13, and changes 
>> to the MacBook Pro..  The article notes the source has a hit and miss record 
>> with rumors, it does indicate that it matches other reports from more 
>> reliable sources so it seems worth reading.  I’d be interested in comments, 
>> I’m not sure I like all the proposed changes.
>>      The changes include an OLED light bar (I assume in place of function 
>> keys), no more mag safe adapter, no more USB, and what’s being included is 
>> USB-C (I do like this) (Thunderbolt 3 (Apple always has to provide a little 
>> bit different but proprietary port that’s a little faster, just because) and 
>> the power button has the fingerprint Censor (I like it).
>> What do you all think?
>> 
>> Read more here.
>> http://www.redmondpie.com/2016-macbook-pro-still-on-track-for-october-launch-will-feature-usb-c-and-thunderbolt-3/
>> 
>> 
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