Apple currently offers two options for MacBook Pro customers: a MacBook Pro with retina display, which is significantly thinner and doesn't feature a CD/DVD drive, and a MacBook Pro without a retina display, which is significantly thicker and does feature a CD/DVD drive.
According to a report from Digitimes Wednesday morning, Apple is getting ready to end production of the non-retina display version of the MacBook Pro. Instead, the company will be selling the MacBook Pro with retina display exclusively:
Apple is expected to stop production of the 13-inch MacBook Pro in the second half of 2014 and will replace the product line with thinner models equipped with a Retina display.
For most, this is expected, as Apple moves from older technology to the newer with the retina display, solid state storage, and thinner design. On the other hand, those that require a CD/DVD drive won't be as thrilled, as they will now have to invest even more money in an external CD/DVD drive.
Will you be sad to see the lower-end MacBook Pro go?