Won’t high-end pro users abandon the Mac platform without a “true” Mac Pro? Some will, there’s no doubt. But many already have, arguing that it’s Apple that has been slowly abandoning the high-end market over the past half decade. (There’s some evidence for this position: token updates to the Mac Pro, dropping the Xserve and Xserve RAID, major updates to pro apps that make them seem more consumer- than pro-focused, and so on.) And other pro users may find that they no longer need a monster tower as much as they think they do. Which leads me to …
i think this year Apple will surprise the pro market for the better.
- The time is (finally) right for a Mac minitower (macworld.com)
- The time is (finally) right for a Mac minitower (macworld.co.uk)
- [News] The time is (finally) right for a Mac minitower (pcworld.in)
- The time is right for Apple to unveil a Mac minitower (macdailynews.com)
- Q: Does anybody want a “Mac Pro Mini?” (applescoop.com)