The problem is what Apple thinks is great is not what the "pro" users think is great. New emojis is "great" for MacOS or a touchbar that is not practical for use on anything other then a laptop... and even then I don't see how it would change my life much for my uses, though I would conceded that if proven wrong.Apple’s Tim Cook assures employees that it is committed to the Mac and that ‘great desktops’ are coming
…The problem is what Apple thinks is great
I would like Apple to start thinking beyond what they are doing, not sure what that would entail, but they certainly have not been thinking different for a long time.Up-to-date interfaces (USB-C) and a more modern CPU, GPU and RAM is really all that is needed for an iMac update. They don't need to redesign it again for early 2017.
One change I would like to the iMac, outside of the ports and specs is a thinner bezel. As much as I like my 5K iMac, it just looks so dated now with the thick black bezel around the edges.
Yes not a useful upgrade, but at least an aesthetic upgrade I can appreciate. Seems to be all Apple does these days, make it look prettier while adding nothing or taking away features.Good grief!!! Such an advance that would be almost as good and useful as adding a few hundreds of emojis and and maybe a touch bar.
A very good find SINC.
I just got an Apple Watch, and rather like it, I was pretty excited by that keynote.A very good find SINC.
I'm not optomistic at all that Tim Cook and co. can deliver any exciting new products. Steve Jobs WAS that product guy at Apple that steered the ship to exciting new products. It feels like there hasn't been a singe really exciting new product from Apple in the past 5 years. I no longer get excited for Apple keynotes.
Don't get me wrong... still love my iPhone and my main computer is still a Mac, but I can't remember the last time I got really excited for a new product from Apple.