Seemingly controversial but mostly straightforward analysis of Apple’s languishing Mac Pro line by Dave Farrington:
I don’t think we’ve seen the last of the Mac Pro and Apple wouldn’t need to do much to make it a better seller than to upgrade the CPUs, the GPUs, the storage, increase and upgrade the ports, and get competitive with the price tag.
Agreed. Personally, I think Apple could do this soon when Intel releases the new Xeon CPUs that handle Thunderbolt 3, but this is one Mac that needs upgradeable GPUs, and needs to keep up with Intel Inside.
One reader went off topic and posted a comment:
You’re worried about ‘punctation’ in a generation where we are all familiar with abbreviations ( for phones etc) in a ‘FORUM post’ where we don’t spend a lot of time (and there’s no edit feature either) and you are calling others ‘troll’ ? Is my post not clear? Maybe you should only criticize when you can’t understand something and not if a cap is missing etc.
Dave’s site does not have a Forum section.