MacBook Pro 2018 Launch In Blue Since Apple Is Still Fixing Some Problems
A lot of Apple fans expected that the MacBook Pro 2018 will make its first appearance during the WWDC 2018. But that doesn’t happen and currently, tech enthusiasts believe that the Cupertino-based tech company is still fixing some problems before releasing the much-rumored device. Here are the alleged issues that the tech giant is currently facing:
According to MacRumors, Apple’s imperfect designs have been surfacing all over wire recently. First, there is this butterfly keyboard issue that led not just one but two civil complaints. Aside from that, there was also some rumor stating that the butterfly keyboard disaster would be addressed during this year’s WWDC, but that event was finished already and is only concentrated on a software upgrade and hardware was not mentioned.
Moreover, there were reports stating that the tech giant would bring back the MagSafe connector to its upcoming MacBooks and MacBook Pros. The next problem was about Apple’s design orbit around its USB-C only ports. The 2016 MacBook that sports just one USB-C port appears like a manifestly obvious mistake and has to be addressed before the MacBook Pro 2018 take the center stage.
According to a report, the present MacBook Pro owners are also having issues and problems with their Touch Bars. Seemingly, the sensitive touch-based portion of the MacBook Pro often freezes. When it does, the users typically have to reboot their devices for the problem to be fixed. It must be distinguished that Apple has yet to resolve this problem and that this might be the software glitch.
Meanwhile, the latest hardware flop and maybe the largest problem as of now is the failure in the 13-inch MacBook Pro’s solid state drive (SSD) and main logic board. It is worth mentioning that when these hardware mechanisms fail, both of them have to be replaced concurrently. With that being said, the MacBook Pro users are advised to back up their files habitually.
These problems are not minor issues and have to be resolved. Thus, it is safe to assume that the said delay in the MacBook Pro 2018 release is to address this problem. Hopefully, as the much-anticipated device takes the center stage, all of these issues have been resolved.