Apple made a move quickly and quietly that few noticed.
After the flashy IOS 6 ads, Apple Maps, Siri and improving the next generation of Macbook Pro with Retina Display, Apple took the veteran 17-inch MacBook from its list of products.
We began to wonder why we did not hear the news or announcements of new enhancements and features of this laptop, but now it makes more sense.
The company removed it from its website this much alluded notebook, probably due to the limited success that comes with the big, heavy 17-inch Mac among the vast majority of people. And many are turning to the smaller models like the MacBook Air or 13-inch, leaving far behind even 15 inch laptops.
The news is already mentioned on several websites that are specialized in first person covering the event from the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2012 from Apple.
Surely this represents a sad loss for those working with these greater size and resolution systems, such as designers, and post production technicians from different areas.