My impression is, Apple doesn't any longer want to make computers. iDevices, yes. Software eco-system, yes. Laptops (because they can be managed in the Apple eco-system,) yes. Eventually there will be no Apple desktop systems, only iPad variants. I have an iMac (mid-2010 refresh), hands-down, best computer I've ever owned. And, of course, the OS, biggest selling point of all. But that's all going to be eliminated, in my opinion. As a late adopter, all I can say is, it was fun while it lasted. But it's over. When Steve died, much did. I don't think that Tim Cook is a bad guy, but he's a BA; what made Apple different, for a time, is that they weren't market-driven; they made their own market. And it worked. For a time. And that's coming to a close. It will take a few years, but what made Apple, "Apple", is, I think, done. If they could make a revolutionary refrigerator that would totally rethink the way the world thinks about refrigerators, and make the same or better money, I believe they'd think hard about getting out of this whole tech thing. They're just going to become another company. Sorry, but...think of the Mac-pro guys. Do, because Apple isn't. Money is everything; Art is nothing. This is your new Apple. And it didn't take any time at all.