I am becoming seriously disappointed at Apple. Apple is focusing too much on iOS fancy devices, and neglecting Macs. Sometimes I feel that Apple updates the Mac lines just because it has to. I know that the iPhone and the iPad are hugely profitable, and that they sell like hot cakes, while Macs don't. But then Apple's business is not Macs anymore, and we shouldn't be worried in buying these highly-priced computers. I see Apple spending a lot of money and effort on iOS devices. Apple is working 24-7 to fix Maps for iOS 6. But I don't see Apple so committed in developing Macs. Simply because it is not. Apple is charging a fortune for every Mac -- but it is not spending a fortune in making Macs better. Here are some examples: 1. The last time Apple redesigned a Mac line was in late-2010, when it released the 11 and 13-inch MacBook Airs. The MacBook Pro got a redesign in mid-2012, but only the higher-end 15-inch model was revamped, and its price went sky high. All other Macs remain very much the same. Apple, however, redesigned its whole line of iOS devices (iPad, iPhone and iPod) in 2012. The last redesigns were in 2010. Apple is clearly not very interested in redesigning Macs as much as it redesigns iPads and iPhones. 2. Apple has already held four events in 2012, and three of them were focused on iOS devices: (i) the iBooks for iPad event in January; (ii) the new iPad and Apple TV event in March; and (iii) the iPhone 5 event in September. Apple announced the refreshed MacBook Pro/Air lines during the WWDC in June, which also presented OS X Mountain Lion and iOS 6 -- so it was not exclusive for Macs. 3. The iMac and the Mac Mini don't get an update (not even a small spec bump) in more than one year. The Mac Pro doesn't get a substantial update in more than two years. There was a time when Apple redesigned the iMac every year and a half/two years. Now the iMac is struggling to get an update in this timeframe. 4. The iPad has a screen resolution higher than all MacBooks (except for the expensive 15-inch model with the retina display), despite costing half of the price. 5. Apple doesn't update iWork for OS X in almost four years. However, the iOS version of iWork was released and got substantial updates in this timeframe. 6. iPhone 5 is, according to Phil Schiller, "the most beautiful" product Apple has ever made. The MacBook Pro with a retina display is just "the most beautiful" computer that Apple has ever made, according to Schiller. The iPhone is the flagship product. There's a clear path here. Should we conclude that the future for Apple are these touch-devices aimed at dummies who don't like computers and keep posting on and checking Facebook and Twitter instead of doing real work? Meanwhile, as much as you may hate Microsoft, it is really making an effort on Windows 8 and Office 2013. Is Apple slowly killing the Mac?