MacUser.co.uk's Paul Nesbitt raises some points about Apple's recent focus on music. He reminds us that "the cornerstone of Apple's music strategy is to leverage its dominant position to sell more Macs to consumers". That being said, Nesbitt is critical of Apple's apparent negligence of it's consumer line - specifically in regard to disappointing iMac sales and a lack of recent updates. Readers are reminded, however, that Steve Jobs hinted at more to come this year: "We're gonna make something of this year . We are working on some incredible new products for this year. It's going to be a great Mac year. We've got some wonderful things that we'll announce throughout the year that I think you will love as much as we do. It's going to be a great 20th anniversary year for the Macintosh."