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7 Reasons to Buy the 2018 MacBook Pro & 4 Reasons Not To



Buy for Touch ID & Apple Pay

Buy for Touch ID & Apple Pay

First introduced in 2016, Apple continues to support Touch ID and Apple Pay on the MacBook Pro. 

This simplifies logging into your MacBook Pro and it also allows you to make secure Apple Pay payments on the web. 

If you hate typing your password and you don't use your Apple Watch to unlock your Mac, upgrading to the new MacBook Pro from a 2015 or older model will allow you to use Touch ID to login and make Apple Pay super easy. 

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  1. Craig

    05/21/2019 at 3:48 pm

    “Not everyone needs the best processor or 32GB of RAM, but even if you opt for a base or mid-line 2018 MacBook Pro, it’s going to last you longer and serve you better than buying an older model if you keep your notebook until it cannot do the work you need anymore.”

    Can you update the SSD on a post-2015 MacBook? Are you sure your keyboard will still even work in two more years? I’d say the post-2015 models have been the most un-upgradable, un-serviceable, and (because of keyboard issues) least reliable Macs in over 15 years. Would not recommend until Apple gets its head out of its ass and starts making top-tier laptops for professionals again.

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