Just purchased a new MBP 15", hopefully it will do 6 years like the last one before failing. Keeping a laptop for longer is much more environmentally friendly than my work colleagues whose Dell laptops get replaced every 3 years (leased from Dell), but in nearly all cases have required at least one repair in those 3 years so replacement after 3 years is a moot point. Also the 6 year old Mac still benchmarked (Geekbench 4) ahead of colleagues new Dell and the cost of 2 Dells over the 6 years is considerably higher than the one Mac. So I saved money, got a better machines, and it was good for the environment. Hopefully work out well this time as well. (Not criticizing the iFixit teardown in any way, if the machine did fail you would have to take it back to Apple since own repair almost impossible as iFixit point out.)
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