What with the very late Mac Mini, iMac and non-existant Mac Pro, plus Apples neglect in even mentioning Mac desktops at Keynotes over the last couple of years, i've seen a lot of threads here saying that Apple is giving up on the Mac desktop line and concentrating on the iToy line. Has this recent keynote made people feel more confident that Apple still care about the Mac desktops? It certainly made me feel better. Not only is the Mac the first product in the list on the Apple Online Store at the moment, but there was heavy emphasis on the Mac in this last keynote. Whereas i think Steve Jobs was focused more on the portable line, I think Tim Cook at least recognises the value of the desktop line. A lot more than Jobs did anyway. Especially considering the rise in sales compared to PCs. That's not based on any real evidence, just conjecture. But i'm just interested in what other people think. I think if there is a decent Mac Pro replacement in the new year, then us desktop users who prefer our desktops can worry a little less from now on. Still worry of course, i mean the iMac isn't exactly what i was hoping for, but at least worry less.