That's what got my metaphorical nipples perky enough to skewer olives with.
If you're all like "Callum, what the fuck is a MagSafe charger?" here's your answer.
Of course, I'm being slightly glib: there's more to this than just an updated page.
BUT JUST LOOK AT THE DAMN DATE ANYWAY
MagSafe adaptors were a genius piece of engineering and design by Apple. I remember them appearing on MacBooks in 2006 and being breathlessly impressed by the tech.
The idea that I could trip over my computer wire and, rather than sending my laptop flying like a discus in the hands of a German, the little magnet would safely pop out instead, leaving my machine safe and sound.
Yet as a poet (probably) said: all good things must end.
In 2016, Apple began phasing MagSafe out. Instead, it moved to a more standard USB-C cable.
This had benefits, one being you could now charge your MacBook far easier. But there were a raft of downsides too.