Apple sent out a survey to a group of users of the canceled 12-inch MacBook in 2015. It is a survey about the device’s user experience. Is there a new model in the pipeline?
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Apple wants to know what users think of the 12-inch MacBook
Apple has a survey with questions about 12 inch – MacBook Sent to some users. The survey consists of simple questions about certain aspects of the device. The size and functionality of the laptop are discussed, among other things. Apple is also asking what could be done differently.
Apple announced the 12-inch MacBook in 2015. The device was intended for customers who needed an ultra-portable laptop. The 12-inch MacBook doesn’t have a fan and the Intel processor is rather slow, so the device can handle some heavy tasks. It was also the first Mac to feature the infamous Butterfly keyboard.
A 2020 rumor indicated that the updated 12-inch MacBook would be one of the first Mac laptops with Apple Silicon. This turned out to be incorrect. Instead, in late 2020, Apple announced the release of MacBook Air 13 inch and MacBook Pro with M1 chip in a.
Apple likes surveys here and there
However, the lack of a new M1 MacBook doesn’t mean that reviving the 12-inch laptop is completely off the table. A recently released survey proves that Apple hasn’t forgotten about the thin and portable laptop.
Apple often sends out customer surveys. Recently, the iPhone maker sent out surveys to existing users of the iPad mini. This is in line with the rumor mill around New iPad mini, which is now running faster than ever.