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    Steve Doherty's Avatar
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    Cool Apple now a "mobile devices company".

    Given that the above statement has been made by Darth Jobs, I'm just wondering what this means for the future development of Apple's non-mobile product lines? I guess the MacBook Air, MacBook, and MacBook Pro can still be considered portable devices, but I wonder about the future development of the iMac and the Mac Pro.

    I'm looking at switching from a Windows PC to an 27" iMac as soon as I can get the ~$AU3000 together, which will be sometime in the next 12 months. I just hope the machine has a future. From what I can tell, the Mac Pro hasn't had a major refresh in a while.

    Should I be concerned? Thoughts appreciated.


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