Rob Pegoraro’s thoughts on Apple’s Mac.
Apple letting the Mac mini gather dust should have been the first warning. That affordably priced computer helped demolish the Macs cost too much storyline, but Apple started letting it go two years or more between updates.
That was the first sign.
And then Apple introduced a brand-new professional-grade desktop, the Mac Pro, and seems to have forgotten that it existed too — it hasn’t seen a single update since the late 2013 introduction of the computer’s current cylindrical design.
Unchanged since, not even to the point of updating to Intel’s newest Xeon CPUs.