Admittedly I use an iPhone for 99% of my computer usage. My very capable Retina MacBook Pro sits dormant the majority of the time unless I absolutely need to use it. When I do need to use it, it's for a pro app like Photoshop or to make website development easier. Otherwise my iPhone handles my computer needs well enough that I sold my iPad years ago after it became a dormant device made redundant by having an iPhone and a Mac in my own usage. In 2008 when I had my first MacBook Pro the computer was a dream. In 2012, I very much wanted a Retina Display and upgraded promptly. Now, it's become tossed to the side as I can happily use my iPhone to do most of what I would do on a rMBP... and more. I've realized I really do only use my rMBP when I need to. Otherwise I prefer the experience of doing most things, even typing as I've grown accustom to it over the years, on the iPhone. I was looking forward to a new MacBook Pro, but now that the iPhone is so capable and enjoyable to use, for a device that is only used when I can't accomplish a task on the iPhone I'm not sure Apple has done enough to make me excited about the MacBook Pro again. Based on the neglect to the rest of the Mac line I think Apple is focusing on iOS and the iPad Pro may be its ultimate prosumer tool once it gets full-blown versions of apps like Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro, Photoshop, etc.