¿Veremos pronto solventada la carencia de Mac Pro en Europa o Apple ha abandonado definitivamente el sector profesional?
The truth is, it’s something that has me relatively worried. Obviously, I don’t lose any sleep over it, I’m not a fanboy, although some people do say I’m a fan from time to time. But I find it curious that Apple has directly taken away the possibility of getting a Mac Pro in all the countries of the European Union and has not made any statement about it. That is why I would like to direct my question this week to this point.
I know that many of you who read us that you belong to the “old school” complain that Apple has abandoned the professional sector . My opinion doesn’t go that far, obviously Apple has opened a business model (the iPhone-iPad + iOS) that is bringing it a very important source of benefits, as never before. But that has not stopped from making good computers.
My colleague Pedro Aznar, asked us if we would consider the next Samsung Galaxy 4 that would be a serious rival for the iPhone that we carry in our pocket. And your answers, of course, have been extremely varied. The most voted by all of you was that of our edumembrive reader .
But Samsung has already done it, has introduced it , and I will keep the answer of another Allfreedo reader .
In part I agree with him, I think the Galaxy SIII itself is an outstanding phone, in many ways superior to the current iPhone 5. But there are two points that simply make me not think about getting one. The first one is the ecosystem created by Apple between iOS and OS X, which is perfect for my day to day life , it works and I don’t have to worry about anything else. And second, it’s too big for my preferences.
So far this week’s question, remind you that if you want to leave your opinion, you must do so in the answer section of Apple, until next week.
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