Apple just told the world it has no idea who the Mac is for
Owen Williams
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This is an excellent article, but if there is an Index of Forbidden Articles at Apple (that would fit the culture/cult) this will be on it. Apple will not listen, they’ve removed all customer listening devices from their corporate headquarters. I Imagine Apple will be demanding some upgrades (OS, eg) that will be so large that all old Macs will die of overeating. P.S. As a non-power user I bought a Mac Book (2010)mainly to avoid the constant annoyances from Microsoft, and the automatic “upgrades” that do not ask permission for installation; amd the idiot proof nature of using it. Since I now keep all my files on the Cloud I look forward to another crash where everything is wiped out and can’t be restored but the tech person will set up the old machine so that “it’s like new.”

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