Post by Jolly Roger Post by firstname.lastname@example.org
the subject asks it all
Meh. Though I certainly appreciate MagSafe, in the grand scheme of
things, it's not a big deal to me. I get the impression most Mac users I
know feel similarly. I'm sure Apple has good reasons for omitting it. If
you really want MagSafe with a new MacBook Pro, third parties are
While it doesn't happen often, I occasionally catch my foot in the
power cable. Prior to mag-safe, the computer would hit the floor,
denting it, cracking it, or worse. Now the mag-safe just disconnects.
I would guess it has saved me floor impacts 5-10 times over the life of
this MacBook Pro. Not a lot but once is worth it.
Accidents happen. If Apple ever makes cars it will probably remove the
airbags to make the steering wheels thinner.