When I look at Mac laptop users today, they seem cornered by Apple’s design decisions. I hope that the next generation of MacBook and MacBook Pro models show a little more diversity—designs with their own personalities and strengths and weaknesses. The more diversity in design, the more opportunity Apple has to make bold product-design decisions without cornering its most loyal users.
A great sentiment, but there’s no financial incentive for Apple to do this. Which is why so many of us choose Linux—so we’re not dependent upon the magnanimity of businesses.