Mike Becky

What Does Apple Look Like Without the iPhone? ➝

Jason Snell, writing for iMore:

Sometimes I worry that iPhone gets the lion’s share of Apple’s attention — and by the numbers, it really should. But I’m encouraged by the fact that Apple still commits to innovation in Mac hardware (albeit at a slower pace than some Mac fans might like), and has taken steps the last year to really upgrade the iPad, both hardware and software. But when you look at the size of the Mac and the iPad, that decision doesn’t seem like charity, but like good business sense. And as someone who relies on the Mac and iPad, I’m grateful that Apple gives due attention to those product lines.

We often forget how large Apple’s other businesses are. But if you were to take the iPhone completely out of the equation, Apple would still be a wildly successful company.

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