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While I can't confirm this, I suspect it might be marketing. This happens all the time with televisions. Say, a manufacturer releases a 75-inch television at a premium price with older technology/form factor. Then they release a 65-inch television with redesigned casing, newer panel, and at a slightly reduced price compared to the bigger model. The consumer then thinks they are getting a bargain with the smaller device, when in fact it's a psychological means of enhancing perceived value.Yeah I was wondering why they still kept the 13" MBP around. It sits in kind of a weird slot in their lineup.
Could also be a sales channel thing - certain corporate or institutional buyers want that form factor for awhile.
There have been many more updates to the initial post, for those interested in all the tiny little new features.
Are you one of those people who has two decades of cruft from using Migration Assistant? I've always nuked it from orbit when getting a new Mac, it's the only way to be sure, but I usually keep my machines for as long as macOS supports them, not replacing it every two years. I suppose that would get tedious.Didn’t take you guys long to find that
The fun thing is, I can’t even click the link, or it takes me to the “we have a problem, you’ve been banned” page. No way to log out (i guess i could clear my settings in safari settings). On the rare occasion I visit there now (to view some link you guys post), I have to go into a private tab to do it.