Natalia laments the good old days when we could open a Mac’s hood and tinker around inside.
My napkin calculation reveals 275-million of the 280-million iPhones, iPads, and Macs that Apple sells each year are sealed devices without the option to upgrade.
The upgrade options are reserved to a handful of Mac models.
Upgrading a Mac to anything is just about to become a footnote in Apple history. Gone are the days of user installable RAM in a Mac notebook. Or, the option to swap out an old hard disk drive for a new and faster SSD. Hey, today you can’t even swap out a battery.
What about that modular Mac Pro Apple promised?