Still a bit strange for Schiller to be showing off logic boards during what has become such a consumer-oriented event
The batteries are "terraced" to take up as much space as possible. 35% more battery. 9 hours of wireless web browsing.
67% smaller. Schiller: "So what do we do with the rest of that space? We fill it with batteries." And unicorns, I'm pretty sure.
(9 hours being fine, but not a remarkable claim--although Apple's claims sometimes come closer to reality than those of most PC manufacturers.)
The future ratio of all devices, until we improve on our core lithium ion battery tech, is going to be 1% processor and stuff, 99% batteries.
The MacBook has USB-C, the new slim, reversible, data-and-power, do-anything port. Probably the beginning of the end of Lightning.
One connector to rule them all. Someone had to say it.
Available in silver, space gray, and gold, just like an iPhone.
Interesting that Apple led with the gold version.
Note that the new Macbook doesn't have a Magsafe power connector. It charges through USB.
Oh, here's the Ive video.
There's been a theory that the MagSafe might be at the other end of the cord connected to the power brick.
Harry, that's not the same, man!