Does anyone else feel that over the last couple of years, with Apple's products evolving and crossing over with each other, their product line-up seems all over the place? I think with the future generations of products they need to regain a bit of the organisation they used to have when it was iPods, MacBooks, iMacs and Mac Pros. This is what it should be like in my head: Mac Range Mac Pro - The new Mac Pros iMac - The iMacs Mac mini - The Mac minis Macbook Range Macbook Pro - The 15" Retina MBP Macbook - The 13" Retina MBP Macbook Air - The 11" MBA iPad Range iPad - Regular sized iPad iPad mini - The iPad mini iPhone Range iPhone 6 - Forget the "S" versions, if you have to wait longer to make a phone a real change/upgrade then that's fine by me, make new phones but don't release some half-way thing? Also settle on a screen size/resolution so developers can keep up! iPhone 5 - Well... yeah iPod range iPod - What is currently the iPod touch iPod Mini - The current iPod nano, put it in iOS but due to the smaller screen size, a lower resolution iPod Nano - The iPod shuffle (I dislike the current name as shuffle is an optional feature that is available on every device) iWatch iWatch - The rumour that is looking very real Apple TV TV - The rumoured Apple television TV box - The apple TV I know it doesn't sound like much change at all, but in my mind it just seems a little more... together? I think the iPod and Macbook range is currently all over the place. Things like peripherals and such are too much effort to go into. One thing I would like to see is Apple just settling on one aspect ratio for their iOS range and their Mac range and sticking with it for a few years, making it easier for developers to develop for the whole range. Also forget the cheaper iPhone, it will just add complications and wont feel premium like an Apple product is supposed too. I am sure many will disagree and have your reasons and I welcome your feedback, this is just what I have been imagining for the last few months.