I see not just here but most everywhere people commenting on how Apple is no longer innovative. My question is how is that true? They came up with that awesome Force Touch Trackpad, 5k iMac, 3D Touch, Retina MacBook Pros (the first above HD laptops if I recall) and that new Apple Pencil is showing that it will be a big piece of quality tech. I mean let's say for arguments sake that Apple isn't innovative anymore... so what can they do? If they release a true hybrid-like MacBook/iPad they will be called copycats of the Surface. If they add a better camera or higher dpi for their phones they'll just be called copy cats to samsung or LG... Either way they lose. I think we already pretty much have such advanced tech that the only thing Apple can do is refine and make things run better. I also think many of us forget that without Apple's innovations we wouldn't have the grade A tech we have now... and yes much of that is due to Tim Cook's reign, not as much obviously as when Jobs was around but it's only been 4 years. Not saying Apple is the king of everything, but let's be honest, without them launching the iPhone and iPad we wouldn't have near the quality tablets we have from other tech giants. Kal.