I've recently been really angry about what is happening at new Apple. Pretty much since 2012 (after Steve Jobs died), Apple has been declining, and declining, and has not made anything positive or revolutionary enough to calm me down. I've been angry at this in 2013, and I feel it has become even worse this year, let me explain. Okay, first off, their hardware. While I think Apple is still designing great products, the problem comes in their execution or some of their functionality. For example, many computers after the rMBP do not have upgradable RAM or anything really repairable. Why? I know it can be done, there is enough space for components, and not everything has to be so glued that you have to throw it away if it's broken. I want to be able to fix things. I want to be able to repair things. This is anti-customer. Then, the iMac got updated, but this time, they somehow had this genius idea of not even making A FREAKING DOOR on the back of the 21.5" model to upgrade the RAM. I don't want to look like I'm nitpicking, but this is a very important part of computer lifespan and the slots are still there. Then there's the Mac Mini 2014. WHY??? Who the hell thought it was a good idea to remove RAM slots, remove second SATA port, and put SECURITY screws on their machine while not changing ANYTHING physically except the exchange of the FW port for the TB port? Speaking of Thunderbolt, it also annoys me how they want to promote such a non-adopted technology. Everyone uses USB. More people use FireWire than Thunderbolt. So why promote this useless crap? Why put 6 ports on the Mac Pro while keeping still 4 USB ports on it? I'm also annoyed by the iOS lineup becoming thinner and thinner and thinner and thinner and thinner to the point it becomes a piece of paper. It's unnecessary. What happened to the iPhone 6 do you think when it got thinner? It got bending issues and had a protruding camera. Oh, and the antennas look ugly as f***. Why did the iPad Air need to get thinner? Wasn't 5 millimetre thin enough? Wasn't 0.5kg light enough? It's unnecessary development. I'm not going to complain about the rMB because it is still a fairly new concept. Then, the software. Oh boy. First off, who thought of this amazing new idea of releasing a new system EVERY DAMN YEAR? The result of that usually means that there is less time to test the software, less time to create patches and fixes for the software, less time for the user to get used to the new OS, and in the end, it gets too many glitches and errors that a separate OS is needed to fix them (10.11 I'm looking at you). The second problem is planned obsolescence has increased massively. For some stupid reason, the moment the new OS hits the shelves, all apps are updated to no longer be compatible with the previous versions, despite being absolutely the same. It also means that old OSes get thrown in the trash much quicker. Lion no longer supports the latest iTunes despite being only 4 years old, a massive amount of apps lost support for Mountain Lion even, it just hurts everyone! It's horrible! And I'm not even getting started on old devices still supporting the latest version of OS X. It probably runs like absolute s***, and probably does it only to push the person into upgrading to a new computer, though I can't confirm this myself. iOS? Don't even get me started. A new version every year, which adds literally nothing useful to the system except plenty of bugs, and they not only run on very old devices which as I said earlier probably run very poorly, you still can't downgrade unless you jailbreak the device, and even then I'm not sure. Also, did I mention how Apple ruined iMovie and the entire iWork set as well as killed iPhoto and Aperture for the inferior Photos app? Damn. All I have to say in the end is that I'm really angry, especially after I heard that iTunes 12.3 doesn't support 10.7 anymore. I can only guess this is Tim Cook's doing, after all his only interests are pop music and modern media. Am I exaggerating? Maybe. But please try to still answer to me politely. Tell me what you think.