Loc: Louisville, KY
Used to be, it was fun and exciting to watch the keynotes and see what Apple is coming out with next. Now? Well...I guess I'm old when emoji's are the big talk.
I have the iPhone X, it's cool, I like it, but I have a 2008 iMac that is the home computer and 2 2013 MacBook Air laptops. Nothing being sold now wants me to get one. I like the iMac Pro but there's no way I would drop that kind of money on a computer nowadays. And maybe that's part of the problem...the iPhones are so powerful that they can replace the majority of what you do on a desktop.
I would love to replace my old iMac with a mac mini, but Apple hasn't updated it in almost 4 years..what's up with that?
My son goes to college next month and I'm still debating on what to get him...laptop or iPad. He's majoring in Wildlife Biology, so no Windows-specific apps as far as I know.
Honestly, I think that Tim Cook is not living up to Steve Jobs legacy. Even Jonathan Ive is rarely seen or even mentioned at the keynotes.
I'll never go the Windows/Android way, but I do wish Apple would do something special!
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