I am one of those longtime Mac users and I understand some people's reluctance to adopt Apple's vision of the future. But I also understand a little something about progress and recall all too well our forebears, who objected mightily to the loss of the command line with their shouted protests that the GUI was just a gimmick.
Has Apple lost its ability to disrupt? Hardly. The company is well underway on perhaps its most challenging disruption of all--overturning its own legacy.
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