The newest update to the MacBook Pro looks like the model I wanted in 2016—even though I’m happy with mine. It answers the main limitations of the 2016 model, and tosses in a True Tone display. In my latest Practical Mac column for The Seattle Times, I look at what’s new this time around.
I also offer some sanity if your menu bar has gotten out of control, as mine did. It doesn’t seem like a big deal, until you realize you’re experiencing bursts of frustration several times a day. Two utilities solve it.
Read the column here: Apple’s updates to MacBook Pro will probably make a lot of pro users happy.
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