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ARM is intended to drive costs down, with better battery life, for a lower price point. That says Mac Book or Mac Book Air, not desktops. I'd argue that there is a significant proportion of Mac users who have never needed X86 compatibility, I certainly haven't, so eliminate it from initial products. Let current Mac developers reap the benefit of providing new capabilities and opportunities to ARM Mac users.
I hear every day that their Windows-based Surfaces are the bomb, and that any day now they will put Apple out of business by stealing iPad and premium laptop sales...this news confuses me!
But really, seriously - Microsoft already has a mobile OS - the old Windows Phone - and a "hybrid" OS in Windows 10/Windows RT. Why on earth are they building an Android-based anything?
The real question is what is the authors opinion of the KEF LSX speakers in the background of the photos? I auditioned them a couple of months ago and was underwhelmed, which shocked me, given that I’ve been a KEF fan going back to the late 80s. The LS50s are truly stellar, but of course they cost twice as much.