It's been a long held sentiment that the Mac computer is not the computer you want to buy for gaming. When it comes to games being brought to the Mac, the titles released onto MacOS has always been sparse. Macs never have the latest, fastest and most powerful chips. Macs are known to be secure. What Apple needs to do is cater to that market. They need to cater to those power users. Out of their whole line of Mac computers, you mean they can't make one computer catered to power users? Even their most expensive iMacs would have trouble running the latest and greatest videogames that PC's usually could run without breaking a sweat. I remember buying a Mac laptop, buying all of these games and having to play them on the lowest settings to where the game basically looked like a Playstation 1 game. So I've seen what these Macs can't do. They're just never optimized to run any expansive games or programs. But plenty of people are looking for that in a Mac and those customers are walking away and people always say, "If you're trying to game, do not buy a Mac." Even the Apple geniuses that work at their store say that. That's what the sentiment is, that's what it's always been. So, what's wrong with making a Mac that could handle today's generation of games and applications? Is is because they don't want power users using their computers? Are they just scared that adding more powerful chips would result in bigger, heavier computers? Are they trying to build their own graphics technology?