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For me, the most important aspect of these changes is that Apple is willing to admit to their mistakes and correct them. Butterfly keyboard, Touch Bar, and now I/O slots. Of course, they’ll never openly apologize, and instead tout the changes as something new and wonderful, but no matter, the corrections are welcome.
Sure, the new Mini's better than the old one, but "worth the wait" is a bit too much. Apple could have done it years earlier, and could have equipped it much better. So, yeah, thanks, Apple, for this new Mini, but why didn't you give it to us earlier and better?
Altogether, the shine's been fading on Apple in recent years. They used to stand for cutting-edge technology, products that could help ordinary people to do amazing things easily. Lately, they seem to be more interested in bells and whistles (Mojave's highly-touted dark mode, cool emojis - all a bit underwhelming).