For 10 years, I was using cheap $400 Dells and Acer laptops. When I switched to the Macbook Air in 2013, I was blown away by its thinness, weight, battery life, build quality, and operating system. I never knew a laptop could have 12 hours of battery life before and I carried that thing where ever I went. Naturally, I was very excited for the new Macbook Pros because it was time for an upgrade but boy, am I disappointed. I actually feel like the new Macbook Pros have taken a step back in portability, usefulness, and battery life. I can't charge my iPhone out of the box, can't plug in my old peripherals without a $50 dongle, and it has way worse battery life than my 4-year-old Macbook Air? WTF Apple!? I really really really wanted to upgrade but now I'm not sure if the new laptops are even better at what I need it to do than my Macbook Air. This is so frustrating. If they simply upgraded the hardware on the Air to make it faster, add Retina, improve battery life to 15 hours, I'd run out and buy one immediately. Jobs would have never let this happen. First the iPhone 7 dongle debacle, now this shit.