Nobody wants to live the dongle life. Nobody, ever. So please stop removing useful ports on your devices. Here at AppleBlend, we've voiced complaints about your never-ending march to purge ports from your devices. You removed the headphone jack from the iPhone and really slimmed down the port selection on the MacBook. You nailed the coffin shut when you reduced your most powerful (portable) computing machine to just two or four USB-C ports, and the MacBook? Just one. All that removing ports has done has created frustration for the users, and it ends up costing more money, adding expense to an already expensive device. So seriously Apple: stop it.
Think about it. What has removing ports accomplished? It ends up costing more for the consumer. Dongles suck. It's annoying. Oh, and dongles also suck. Did I already mention that? Removing ports is another one of Tim Cook's delusions of "innovation". Sure, it sounds nice to say that you're slimming down your devices, making them sleeker. But the practicality of removing every possible useful port is about zero. Or negative one.
There's really not much to say about this. Removing ports quite clearly is a bad move. But Apple continues the march, and there's no sign that they're going to stop. No, it's not innovative or trend-setting. What do you think? We'd love to hear some input, so put your thoughts in the comment sections below.