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Dan Masters Oct 20
"My long-forgotten child is an important part of my family." – Tim Cook
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Bob Burrough
In my opinion, the Mac mini is supremely damning, because the minimum effort is just updating the CPU, RAM, storage each year. They didn’t.
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Bob Burrough Oct 20
Replying to @OhMDee
Like how would they answer “Why didn’t you update the Mac mini?”
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Bob Burrough Oct 20
Replying to @OhMDee
“We’re undergoing a difficult and sophisticated redesign.” I don’t think so.
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Bob Burrough Oct 20
Replying to @OhMDee
The only answer is “Oops. We forgot.”
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Dan Masters Oct 20
Replying to @bob_burrough
“Oops. We don't care about the Mac anymore.”
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Patrick Moorhead Oct 20
Replying to @bob_burrough @OhMDee
This would take about 20 people to update this to modern intervals.
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Ruslan Nabiev Oct 20
Replying to @bob_burrough @OhMDee
I just don’t get why they don’t do the basics. I mean it’s the basics, you always have to do them anyway, just to them.
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Dan Masters Oct 21
Replying to @bob_burrough
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Stephan Taylor Nov 29
Replying to @OhMDee @bob_burrough
I was about to purchase a Mac Mini for a second work station, but after reviewing the specs online I realized my spare MacBook Air (mid-2011) was more powerful.
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Stephan Taylor Nov 29
Replying to @OhMDee @bob_burrough
While the old Air I have had all the added upgrades at the time, comparing the performance of a five-year-old machine to a ~$999 2017 Mini w/o peripherals is ridiculous. They may as well drop the mini from their line-up.
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