I've been a loyal Apple fanboy since I started using Power PC's and the first iMac back in Sixth Form. I've always loved the innovation, the products, the forward thinking, the ability to be 'different' by not using Windows. But as the years go on I find myself struggling to be excited by anything new and the iSheep that seem to be coming with the growth of Apple. Every where you look someone has an iPhone and iPad and more and more people I know have invested in MacBooks and Apple TV etc. Now on one hand this is great and obviously business is booming but on the other, I do worry. Apple's bubble has to burst - the innovation isn't there anymore, every new iteration of products is 'safe' and not ground breaking, iOS is become stagnant and OSX hasn't really changed since 10.1. All of the law suits are just them flexing their financial muscles to scare off other companies, which only drives innovation and fresh thinking... Now I don't write this to stir an argument or for people to bash me or each other, but I am concerned that they are losing sight of what's important, who their real long time audience/customer base is and what is going to happen in the next few years. Is anyone else worried about their downfall or am I just being anti climatic and doubtful?