You make a good point, if I'm not mistaken here in the EU even Apple has to provide 2 years of support. I usually replace a laptop or a phone after 3 years.
I've considering a Macbook Pro too since I have numerous iPhones (most hand-me-downs from family members) but I'm kind of worried about it breaking since the M1 Macbooks have had issues with their screens cracking from normal use. This is kind of a big deal because other Apple products like
But I'm not planning on pre-ordering the m1x MacBook pro I'll wait for the reviews and the cost of replacing that mini led screen, before buying it.
I might also go with the 2022 matebook x pro again if the new Intels cpu/soc don't dissapoint if I'm not mistaken they are now on equal tsmc node as Apple. It should be interesting if it's really Apple engineer magic or just exclusive access the highest end tsmc node in the desktop computing space.