I'm very disappointed with the design of the newly announced MacBook Pros. When it comes to computers, I want machines that are upgradable, not fixed in stone. The new MacBook Pros are available with Retina or non Retina displays. If I get a Retina display, storage space is set in stone. The flash drive is not removable/upgradeable. I can't replace it with the better ones that will surely be available during the period of a few years when I will be using the computer. If I get a non Retina display, the memory is not upgradeable beyond 8 GB. You can get up to 16 GB memory with a Retina display, but if you order one with 8 GB, it can't be upgraded to 16. Can you imagine buying a camera and not being able to upgrade the memory card that you first use with it? And there is no anti-glare option with the Retina Displays.
My 2009 era MacBook Pro was fine when I had a 12 MP camera, but it's too slow with my 22 MP camera's larger file sizes. The new MBP model with a Retina display and 16 GB memory would unquestionably meet my needs at this time, but what about next year and the year after that? When I buy a computer, I am looking for Mr. Right. All Apple is offering is Mr. Right Now. (Apologies to Robin Williams)
Apparently, Apple has become so successful that photographers are now a niche market that is too small to matter in their product development decisions. How disappointing!