On early June I needed to purchase a MacBook Pro. The computer of one of the guys that work in my team failed and I moved things so he got an old MacBook Pro and I could purchase one. My work is not editing video, I do regular office stuff (presentations, documents, sheets, email etc.). I purchased a 15" Touch Bar Macbook (2017) that was enjoying until … a few days ago, the new ones from 2018 surprisingly arrived to the store.
Assuming you believe I should explore returning this Macbook, does anyone have experience if at least this is a possibility? Maybe I have lost this option. I ordered on June 8th, received on 21th and been using it ever since. It is not damaged and works perfectly. However I am not sure if the time for a friendly change with Apple has finished since I believe there is only a 14 day period to return. If I cannot do it, I understand, no problem but maybe it is possible.
I would also like your opinion on how frustrated should I feel from the differences, maybe I am making a big deal about something that is not too relevant. It is true that if I had the possibility I would never go for more than 2 TB of space or 32 GB. I do not need them so no regrets about this add-ons I did not have an option to include on the 2017 model. However I do believe the new processor, 6-core, T2 chip and the True Tone display are nice. Also even if I use most of the time an external keyboard I would have some peace of mind that the new ones may have corrected the known keyboard issues.
Do you believe I need to explore changing the MacBook Pro? or make my peace with the fact that I purchased one a few weeks before the new ones were released. Thank you.