by Jason Snell
When do Apple products stop getting thinner?
Over at Macworld, I wrote a column about Apple’s continuing quest for thickness and wonder about what might finally grind it to a halt:
This approach has served Apple well, and customers seem to like thinner, lighter things, too. And yet I keep wondering where this trend ends. Let’s assume that a future MacBook won’t be a single atom thick, capable of slicing your enemies in two like the knives in Snow Crash. How thin is too thin?