MikeTheKnight Posted April 3, 2017 Share Posted April 3, 2017 My 2012 Mac Mini is better than the latest top of the range Mac Mini. The Mac Pro starts from £2,999. Apple are not selling anything in-between that hasn't got a built-in monitor screen A lot of people with old Macs without built-in monitors are now switching to PCs because Apple are not making desktop computers that they want to buy. People with PC's already have a monitor so are unlikely to want to go to the extra expense of buying an iMac with one. Most would want an iMac without a monitor. Therefore, how do Apple expect to retain their computer customers and attract PC users to buy a Mac computer? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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