ManFromGlass wrote:I don’t see what the bloody harm is in keeping older machines going? In the very least it keeps them out of the landfill. The second hand Mac market keeps people employed and people with not much budget can still live in Mac land using older software with all it’s limitations. I’ll stop my rant here even though Mail just stopped working on an older machine that up until 2 weeks ago was working fine.
:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: I am 100% with you on this, I have/have had several Macs, all bar one bought used for a fraction of the new price.