I'm not surprised at all. Although I disagree that we're in the "post PC" era, when Apple says "post PC", that also means "post Mac"; a Mac is a PC.
And if a company openly disparages personal computers, including the ones they build, how much effort do you really think they'll be putting into the platform?
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Agreed, and I think Lenovo has it right by calling this the "PC plus" era.
Agreed that it is now a PC-Plus era and far from a post era-
Is there a link to read through this guys article?
Lenovo's latest earnings report also says they are doing it right.
You'll always find the source at the end of the article, where it says "Via" at the bottom (underneath the social networking buttons). Click on the "Mac Performance Guide" hyperlink.
If he doesn't like the way OS X is going, he's *really* going to be displeased when he sees it replaced by iOS in another year or two.
I recall some speech Jobs gave long ago that OS X was the "Operating System for the next 10 years". He was also very pumped up about having *one* platform. I can't believe for a second that after IOS started getting bigger and bigger he wouldn't have laid out a roadmap to bring it to the desktop (and rope in those first time buyers that wanted to use all the apps they bought as kids on their phones). Unless Apple is no longer run by the ghost of Steve Jobs, it will happen.
Hopefully, they won't insist on the same UI across all platforms... even if the plumbing does get unified.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
I don't know if Windows is getting any better though. Windows 8 is geared so heavily towards tablet and entertainment itself that it will leave enterprises with a sour taste in their mouths. Granted it still has most of its core, the functionality that cannot be bypassed (swipe, Windows tiles (metro, whatever) cannot be ignored.
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