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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by pimentoLoaf, Oct 23, 2012.
Your predictions for seven (nearly) years in the future.
MacBook - Air/Pro hybrid with retina
iMac - evolution of design seen today
Mac mini - more powerful, smaller
Just the one device. It'll be the size of a credit card, and wafer thin. It will unfold, or unroll, into a 30" screen. There won't be a keyboard, Siri will do all the text entry, and multi-touch will do everything else. It will come with Retina EyePods for watching movies when you should be working. Fortunately, cars will drive themselves.
Hmm... maybe that's 2050.
Realistically, the current MacBook Pros will disappear, they will all have Retina displays. They may merge with the Airs, or perhaps the Airs will merge with the iPad, in a Microsoft Surface style (only better, and then Apple will sue Microsoft for copying something Apple was thinking about doing)... Desktop? What's that?
No, no, no. The machine you're referring to will be called the Mac Nano. The Mini, of course, would have been discontinued 3 years prior.
The Mac Pro will increase in size, house 20 50 core processors, 10 30 yottabyte HDs SSDs and come with 20 exabyte of RAM standard. The heat generated will be enough to warm a New England apartment during the winter.
iMacs and MBP/MBA would have been supplanted by the iPad X and iPhone/iPod X.
Which will of course lead to 'housewarminggate' with the clever people on here replying with 'You're heating it wrong'