Jobs introduced the MacBook Air.
Apple managed to create a MacBook Air with a wedge shape.
Apple ditched the CD drive and a range of ports on the thin MacBook Air, and the company introduced a multi-touch trackpad and SSD storage. There was a single USB 2.0 port, alongside a micro-DVI port and a headphone jack.
Jobs promised “no compromises,” but some were certainly made in the name of keeping the system thin and light.