In 2006 Apple introduced MagSafe charger connectors to their Macbook range and it was very well received and an instant hit, to say the least, but then in 2019 it was completely removed which begs the question, why did Apple remove the MagSafe charger connectors entirely?
Back in 2006, the average battery life for a Macbook was around 5 - 6 hours of use which was nowhere near a full day's work, so users had to have their Macbooks plugged in for a few hours of the day and the MagSafe connector proved to be a very convenient and safe way to charge a Macbook without the worry of someone tripping over the cable and pulling the Macbook over with it.
In later models of Macbook, the average battery life is around 10 hours and Apple figured that if their intention is to make their products as slimline as possible, the MagSafe connector won't work as well on a smaller scale as they did in the older and bulkier models, so they removed it entirely.
But it's not the end of the world as the latest Macbooks are all powered by a USB-C cable anyway which is incredibly small and plugs in and out very easily.
Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: Apple Explained on Why The Macbook's Magsafe Connector Was Removed...