Sure, Apple will inevitably phase out the Mac Book Pro 13-inch with Retina display (early 2015) at some point, but even then, its legacy will not be forgotten.
That's especially the case if you're, for some reason, repulsed by the move to USB Type-C, as we're unlikely to see an alternative to the new interface style on the next Mac Book Pro given Apple's recent history with the 12-inch Mac Book.
Sure, Apple has outed the new Mac Book which will attract the thin-and-light laptop die-hards, but those of us requiring power, ports and all of the rest would have still appreciated a slightly slimmer model.
The only external change is something you can't see: the way the trackpad works.
The New Mac Book has grabbed most of the headlines in recent weeks, but Apple has refreshed some of its Mac Book Pros and Mac Book Airs too — except for one.
While the 15-inch Mac Book Pro is waiting for Intel's newest Core i7 processors, the 13-inch Retina Mac Book Pro has received some changes that make it a significant upgrade.
The 2017 Pro Bowl (branded as the 2017 Pro Bowl presented by Aquafina for sponsorship reasons) was the National Football League's all-star game for the 2016 season, which was played at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida on January 29, 2017.
The game was the first in a three-year deal to host the Pro Bowl in Orlando, which also included cross-promotional events (such as a newly-established skills competition) held at the Walt Disney World Resort (which is owned by the parent company of the game's broadcaster, ESPN).
While one company has made multitasking a breeze with a triple-monitor expansion for laptops, another startup is aiming to make your present Mac Book Pro configuration more capable using an external graphics solution, a useful tool for trying out the best Mac games.
It's a shame that Apple hasn't shaved even a millimetre or two off the Mac Book Pro with Retina's chassis.
The 2013 Mac Book Pro with Retina was 25% thinner than its predecessor, and it made a huge difference to that machine's portability and overall appeal.
On the other hand, if you would prefer to stick with your current Mac Book Pro setup, support certainly isn't slowing down.
At WWDC 2016, Apple revealed mac OS Sierra, the Siri-enhanced successor to OS X 10.11 El Capitan of yesteryear.The 2014 13-inch Mac Book Pro was arguably Apple's best laptop, and the 2015 model is better still.