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Old 5th July 2016
Gear Maniac
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Im not sure the iPhone in itself is to blame but rather Apple's shift in focus from pros' and prosumers to normal people who wish to be productive and creative.
Just take a look at the workshops they offer in their stores, learning how to take better photos with iPhone and organizing it on the Mac. As well as teaching on how to use Numbers.
I think their focus is there, since the operating systems and it's applications are really powerful they can get more money out of helping those normal people who wants to throw something together after a day out with the kids. The ones who consumes media and participates.
This Apple is a long way from being the underdog.

Do I miss the old Mac Pro? Sure. Am I happy with my new iMac? I certainly am.