I've noticed over the past year or so that the Mac has been getting a lot less attention in Apple's own marketing, events (such as this WWDC) and so on. The iPhone seems to be their new baby, which they are pushing constantly, even to the point of renaming long-existing services (.Mac -> MobileMe) to cater to it. Is the Mac being pushed to the back of the bus, so to speak? Can we expect to see Apple continue to expand into other product lines, while our beloved computer platform sits languishing with less updates and attention? I realize they are still playing ads for the Mac now and then, but as a company they seem to be promoting the systems less and less. - Languishing product lines (Mac Mini hasn't gotten an update in forever, and not even a discount to justify it, Macbook Air below pretty much everyone's expectations) - The last few updates have been completely silent, and not even mentioned in keynotes, etc. - They seem to be going in questionable directions with OS X (Snow Leopard? Why not just keep improving 10.5 and make 10.6 a major release like always?) - Not even a mention of the Mac at the keynote. Is this what's happening? Anyone else feel the same way? Or am I dooming and glooming without justification?