I've bought my last computer and my last phone. I'm out. I was lucky enough to snag an "SE" - and I own a rMPB late-2013. Innovation is dead. I could have bought into 3-D "touch" - but given I bought the smaller phone, not included If it happens, I'll certainly know about it. But innovation is dead in the water. I truly miss Steve Jobs. It was his constant innovation that kept me on the edge of my seat - what AWESOME new innovation will come next? Sadly, now Apple is just another tech company. They can phase me out with their free "updates" - but they're so f'n buggy, I can wait. And dispense with all of them - as they all wish to take me to the "cloud" with a monthly subscription to "share" my data "privately" with them. I'll wait... and wait. And wait some more. And then some more. In the meantime - I'll strap on a Polar chest band - that MUCH more accurately measures what the os/Apple Watch will never do. And yes, I do blame Apple. They innovated - they excited us. Now we have a bean-counter. Sorry, bud. But, lacking the innovation, you will be counting less beans. But some people refuse to learn from history. And bean-counters are certainly among them. So I hope the Chinese communist-slave lackeys made me a good computer and phone. I'll rest in that hope. But, apparently - goodbye to Apple innovation. How long did digital watches survive as a fad? And, even if you trust Apple with your life, what dimwits are installing devices that control their home? I'm old school. My opinions don't matter. Until my current devices implode - I'm done with Apple. The excitement is gone. Seriously... completely. Sadly, if I were to have an iWatch on my wrist, I'd miss out on the HUGE opportunity to touch it to activate the laptop I'm opening. I'd easily spend... NOTHING... on that. So now, that Steve is officially "dead" as far as innovation - what's the next FUN innovative tech company to watch?