This should be obvious but might not be. Jack explains:
As much as I never ever intend to repair my Macs of the future, I fully support the Right to Repair movement and that means a few things Apple needs to do to make us happy. Why bother with repairability if I never intend to repair it?
Why not back the MacBook Pro backward a few years, back to when customers could swap out batteries, swap out storage, swap out RAM. Hey, Apple went all pragmatic and designed an iPhone 11 that was thicker and heavier than previous models but comes with more battery life.
I would not mind that.