But then I sat there and cleared dozens of notifications on macOS, closed applications which start up with the system for seemingly no reason. Updated apps. And a bunch of other shit.
I lost 30 minutes to just managing my Mac that morning.
I’m slowly coming to the same realization as Ben. Managing a Mac requires a lot of overhead and I’m doing almost everything in my power to minimize the chore associated with them. I haven’t gone iOS-only, I still have a head-less Mac mini that acts as my home media server, but the vast majority of my day-to-day work is done on my iPhone 6s and iPad Air 2.