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  1. Carol
    March 13, 2018

    News flash: Apple, in its enthusiastic drive towards innovation & being seen as a ‘leader’ in its field, have abolished the screen in all future Apple laptop models.

    This will give it the competitive advantage of lowering its ridiculously over-priced computers to more affordable levels after a drop in sales over the last year e.g. $4,099 Aus dollars for basic 15″ Macbook Pro.

  2. iPhoned360
    March 13, 2018

    Interesting artwork that they’ve created for this event. I could be wrong but some of the objects don’t seem to be part of the Human Interface Guidelines. I wonder if we’ll see any notable aesthetic or style guide changes this year.

  3. Dun
    March 14, 2018

    Why don’t they focus on security again. So that not every single Israeli startup can crack it.

  4. Phred
    March 14, 2018

    Let us hope that the known bugs in 11.x.x are fixed.

  5. no way
    March 14, 2018

    Even I, the self proclaimed Apple expert, look forward to new things from Apple.

  6. Käthe Ellingson
    March 14, 2018

    Sigh, sigh, sigh. I am beyond sick to death of the ridiculous and arbitrary yearly upgrade cycle for the Mac OS. I will probably never install High Sierra, let alone whatever California landmark comes along next.

    • J.T. Barnhart
      March 14, 2018

      In America there is a saying “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” and oh how does that apply to software updates!! Why bother updating? If what you have works for you, do not update. There is downside for loss and problems, with what upside? I will never install macOS High Sierra on my work Mac either.

      I do hope the next version is much better and has some actual features and positives, otherwise I will stay on Sierra for another year or two, it works for me so there is no need to disrupt the status quo.

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