A longtime Apple developer slams the ‘sad state’ of Mac hardware
Despite what an Apple exec might promise on stage occasionally, it’s clear that the world’s most valuable company doesn’t really care about its computer lineup. After all, there’s an iPhone empire to maintain, a burgeoning wearables market, a services industry that’s printing cash, and exciting new stuff like AR and driverless cars to be getting on with. Laptops to do web browsing just aren’t interesting any more, and Apple’s lack of focus is telling.
Quentin Carnicelli, a developer for Rogue Amoeba Software, has been around the Mac world for a while. He co-founded the company in 2002, and has helped create tools like Airfoil and SoundSource, household names for thousands of Mac users. He’s also clearly tired of being neglected.
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