Apple’s October Mac event was ruthless — at least in terms of eliminating older technologies. Apple’s known for making each iteration of its products thinner and lighter than their predecessors. But you don’t get thinner, lighter, faster, and better devices without making some tough decisions. The company made quite a few of those at its October press event, killing off legacy technology left and right. I’m happily saying good riddance to most, but there are still a few products tugging at my heartstrings. What’s shuffling off this mortal coil in the name of shiny new technology? Let’s take a look at everything Apple killed off at its Mac event! The illuminated Apple logo Raise a glass: The longtime illuminated Apple logo on the rear of the Mac laptop is no more. Like the 12-inch MacBook, the IPAD, and the IPHONE, there simply wasn’t room in the new MacBook Pro’s display to wedge in light. We’ll miss that happy pulsing glow, but the wide color Retina display that you’ll actu…

Source: The IPhone Blog

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