Longtime Apple fanboy here, but gravely concerned about the company's current path. I found WWDC 2015 to be utterly and completely uninspiring. No new hardware at all. We are long overdue for a mid range iMac refresh, not to mention an iPad Pro and Apple TV. Apple has always been about innovation, creativity, new products and technologies that change us. WWDC had none that. El Capitan, after a year in development, offered nothing but some small tweaks. Even Craig F had a hard time generating excitement during his presentation. Why is Siri not yet integrated into OS X? How can Microsoft have introduced Cortana years after Siri and leapfrogged it? Really disappointing. iOS9 offered a little more, but in reality, just played catchup with what Android and Windows have had for years. Sadly, the most innovative and interesting thing I saw was the new two finger UI on the iPad for cursor control. Apple you need to being to think about merging iOS and OS X now. Your incremental baby steps seem hesitant and unsure and you will fall behind in two categories you invented. Windows, although its been a painful road for them, is already there. The Surface Pro 3 is the first product I have seen that can truly replace a laptop. It's an awesome product Apple. Together with Windows 10, it's the most viable option for the corporate world. Here's a challenge Apple, let's see you surpass it, not in a small way, but in some major, incremental way. Don't demonstrate a continued lack of innovation and inspiration by introducing an iPad Pro which is just "bigger." Redesign and get rid of the bloated bezels. And how about true multi-tasking, USB ports, peripharal device management, 2k or 4k display, innovative keyboard design or even something simple like holding the shift key swaps the top line between numbers and symbols, kick stand, better cameras, force touch across the entire screen and deeply integrated into the OS, integrated file/folder management, built in remote access/control of Macs, Hey Siri always on... I could go on forever. iPhone and iPad are both ready for a major redesign. Innovate, innovate, innovate. You have nearly unlimited financial resources to acquire, develop, and hire the best minds and technology available. With Steve Jobs gone, you need to look outside as well as within.