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Will Apple ever consider ditching its pro products?

Ashleigh Allsopp | Aug. 14, 2013
Before Apple previewed its redesigned Mac Pro in June, professional Mac users were beginning to get worried that the company was considering leaving the market behind. However, does the new Mac Pro mean that the pro market can breathe a sigh of relief?

For those that don't like the impracticalities of the shape of the new Mac Pro and the lack of internal options, it could be seen that Apple is leaving them behind. But Segall suggests that, rather than ditching its pro customers completely, Apple is taking its products to a new, high-end consumer market, and asking its pro users to follow.

Segall concludes by revisiting the question of the 17in MacBook Pro, which was discontinued in 2012, and, in a statement that makes us wonder whether he knows something we don't, says: "Of course all will be forgiven if that little baby were to come back, all nice and Retina-ized"

What do you think about Apple's current view of the professional market? Let us know in the comments section below, or on Twitter.


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