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Old Mar 26th, 2019, 01:02 PM   #11
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Apple had an event? What did they break , stop supporting or become incompatible with now?
Nothing about the OS or any hardware. Just more ways to get you to give money to them on a monthly basis.

Well they did release a new product... the credit card! Yes Apple is getting into that business among others.
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Old Mar 26th, 2019, 08:11 PM   #12
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That hasn't happened in a long time. In fact, I'm more often looking for capabilities that have been removed or disabled.
So sad but true.

So much so I've been back using Mavericks 10.9.5 for some time now to have access to several OS/app features I had used for several years, and now still do, but disappeared in later versions and for no real reason.

Where's the "improvement" in that???


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Old Mar 27th, 2019, 10:34 AM   #13
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to be fair, Apple is targeting the younger generation over long time users as there is more money to be made over a longer time frame.

I personally don't like the direction but understand it. I was forced into an iMac when my cheese grater got too slow. It is still used by my son for PS and light gaming. Pretty good for a 10 year old machine. The ROI of all Apple products are like that for me which is one reason I remain loyal.

I believe we are at a cross roads where personal/professional computing is concerned. The form factor/components has been maxed out in their present state. A revolution is under way behind closed doors but is probably 5 years out. Towers are dead and all in ones are soon to follow. Mobile is key. Cloud storage and on-line access is the future whether we like it or not.
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