Jeffrey Mincey on what might be coming to the Mac. Or, not.
Few technology manufacturers play the long game the way Apple plays the long game. I sense that Apple’s reticence to do much with the Mac’s current line is because it still sells at record levels– a plateau, of course, but the number are excellent– and because the company is working on what should be the next great thing for computer users.
And what’s that next great thing?
A thinner, lighter, faster, more fuel efficient Mac notebook? Higher than Retina resolution displays? Intel Outside? A single development platform that incorporates technology to create a single application that can run on Mac, iPhone, and iPad? Face ID? Better keyboards?
All of that. Or none of that. Or some of that.