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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Pentad, Aug 14, 2013.
Gizmodo has a great blurb on Apple leaving the Pro users behind.
I guess they're still pretty butthurt after the iPhone 4 fiasco.
edit - the article does make some good points about going to a whole new direction and getting the Pros to go there as well. There's nothing wrong with making something more accessible if it's still powerful.
Curiously, they make no mention of Logic Pro X? I think that would best illustrate the point. It loses no power over the previous version but is also easier to use.
The guy who wrote the article- Ken Segall- was the creative director at both Chiat/Day and Ammirati & Puris, the two agency hired by Steve Jobs.
Nowhere in the article did Ken implied that Apple is leaving Pro users behind but rather Apple is trying to pave a different path to those who are willing to adapt. Part of innovation is the willingness move forward regardless of whether you'll lose part of your legacy.