the shift

I’ve worked in and covered the Apple space for over a decade. But for the first time in a long while, it feels like there’s real, legitimate unrest among the Mac community. In its quest to evolve and simplify the Mac, it feels like Apple has forgotten who wants the Mac, and why.

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