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Thursday, October 22, 2015

Apple will stop making Macintosh?

Rumors are swirling around Apple as the Macintosh division is emptying out according to our sources. They are moving over to other new and exciting projects that actually make money, or will soon like the Apple car. That will likely mean the end of Macintosh. 

Apple has never really cracked the 10% saturation point with personal computers so it would make sense that it's time to stop making the Mac. Mac was my first personal computers in the days when PCs were called IBM clones and Apple computers were just Macs.
I loved it because I didn't have to be a programmer to use it.
I tried a short stint with Basic on a Timex Sinclair and hated it.

So why do I not have a problem with Apple killing off the Mac? Since I use computers in the enterprise clients with Macs drive us crazy. It is like putting a Chevy engine in a Ford car. Yes you can get it to work,  but it will never work correctly.

There are non stop problems with errors, timeouts, and the worst is that Apple locks down the speed to 20 Mbs no matter how fast your connection is.

If they want to keep it as a home computer that is fine by me, but I  hope it does a horrible death soon in companies that use them. Nothing can repay the hours of banging my head over Apple's incompetence.