Is it just me or is anyone else disappointed by how Apple is running nowadays? I mean, I've been an Apple fan since the early 2000's, my first Mac was a PowerBook, and after that an iMac, a bunch of iPods/iPads, Mac Minis, and vintage Macs that I have been collecting. But lately I have been wondering about where the hell are those powerful Macs we used to have. I've also been a gamer since my first console the Atari 7800 and the NES, but even though I used to follow the Nintendo line I was mainly a PC gamer, I sold my last gaming PC I built in order to buy the iMac Alu 2007 24", everything was a smooth transition from playing games on High-tier PC to mid-tier power of the iMac, which I didn't care because I was happier for having that gorgeous screen and OS X. When the Mac Mini 2012 came along my primary computer was a MacBook Air, which I chose because of mobility, and I thought "well, I'll get the 2013 Mac Mini to be able to play some games" By that time, the 2011 Mini had discrete graphics, but not the 2012. 2013 came along and almost 2014 went away too until they unveiled the 'Late 2014' Mini, so I got the top tier one. Don't get me wrong, I'm very happy with this Mini, and I also know that the niche that the Mini covers is a very small population. I'm able to play many games in mid-high @ "720p" but I thought it was time to invest in something better for gaming, I've been thinking about buying a PS4 for some time, but I did some research and I found that I could build a PC with twice the power of a PS4 for ~$450, it will be the first PC I build/buy after ~10 years. But all this came after seeing nothing new from Apple for a long time, no "new and amazing" things in the Personal Computer area, the iMacs, MacBooks, Minis.. all of those used-to-be-amazing innovations are pretty much dead. I know that mobile stuff is where they get the money, everything turns around the iPhone, but Apple used to innovate, create, improve, and nowadays we have nothing new, no big improvements.. Just a "watch" that is not better than others in the market. On the dark side of this, Apple is now trying to shove services up our asses, being subscribed to iTunes Match made me happy, but now after less than 2 years I don't get support for it and they try to force you for Apple Music by being utterly intrusive inside iTunes and even your own iPhone Music app.