Of all you listed, things haven’t changed much for me in the last decade: I only buy movies, the occasional tv show and a song here or there from iTunes, or an app from the App Store. The loss of the headphone jack on the phone has cut my music purchases down to 1/4 of what it was, and now with having to be online to initially see content on iDevices (to say nothing of iTunes now automatically booting to sports - really?!?), I am buying & using even less digital and going back to physical media on local storage. Everything is saved and done locally. I reluctantly use iMessage, but prefer email and phone calls. Not into iCloud, or anything else you listed. I am one of those rare folks whose usage has NOT changed in the last decade, and thanks to the ridiculous bloat and increasingly annoying aspects of iTunes, my usage has dropped instead of expanded to services you mention. I love the Apple Pencil, so I will probably always have one of those and the cheapest iPad that works with the pencil. Everything else that hasn’t been listed is up-in-the-air at this point. I am not Apple’s best example of a customer regarding where they are headed. The Apple specialist was horrified I did not use iCloud and had no interest in setting up my 8+ at the store last month. Plus, I learned a work around for Handoff not using iCloud: simply use the same email address across iDevices, and Notes will sync with WiFi when the devices are in proximity to each other. I control the way I use my Apple stuff, not the other way around. Simple as that.