Did you notice what was missing at Appleâ€™s 2018 WWDC? There wasnâ€™t a single new Mac model to be seen. Not a one.
True, Craig Federighi, Appleâ€™s senior vice president of software engineering,Â tried to lay to rest rumors that Apple would merge the iOS and macOS operating systems, saying, â€œWe love the Mac and macOS because itâ€™s explicitly created for Mac hardware like the trackpad.â€�
But the Mac lineup hasnâ€™t been associated with true innovation for years, even before Tim Cook took over as CEO. Not having a new Mac model to show off to its assembled developers doesnâ€™t seem like a fluke.
Source: Computer World – All Content