This is from the Buzzfeed article today, which can be found here: http://www.buzzfeed.com/johnpaczkowski/twenty-minutes-with-tim-cook#.dgzmzZ30e The paragraph that struck me was this one: Two last questions as we turn the corner onto Fifth Avenue: The first — how close are we to a time when people are going to stop buying home computers and laptops and use only tablets? Will they give up their Macs for the iPad Pro? “I think that some people will never buy a computer,” Cook says. “Because I think now we’re at the point where the iPad does what some people want to do with their PCs.” Cook is quick to point out, however, that this doesn’t foreshadow the end of the Mac. “I think there are other people — like myself — that will continue to buy a Mac and that it will continue to be a part of the digital solution for us,” he adds. “I see the Mac being a key part of Apple for the long term and I see growth in the Mac for the long term.” This is the iPad Pro vs. Macbook discussion WITHOUT all the marketing spin. It makes a lot more sense and is a lot more logical. People are interpretting his comment about the iPad Pro being the "future of personal computing" in a lot of different ways, but I think they're largely interpretting in a way he didn't mean. I also happen to think he should have chosen his words a little more carefully, because it's causing a lot of arguing and worry among many users. In the end though, what he said in this interview made me feel a lot better about that Macbook Pro I just bought.