1Where’s the 4G?
Apple has brought 4G Long-Term Evolution (LTE) service to its new iPad, and chances are, the wireless technology will be coming to the iPhone 5 when that launches later this year. Why isn’t the company doing the same with its MacBook Pro line? Mobile connectivity is the future. Apple should know that.
2Retina Display for All
3Update the Mac Pro
4Boost the Mac Mini
The Mac Mini is a unique offering in today’s computing space. The device doesn’t come with a monitor, keyboard or mouse, and is designed for simple use. Its price tag reflects that. But it’s about time Apple updates its specs and makes it a bit more powerful. The Mac Mini could be Apple’s Trojan Horse for attracting mainstream users on a budget. It should try to attract them more to that product.
5Bring Back the 17-Inch MacBook Pro
6It’s Time for New Designs
7Bring the MacBook Air Thinness to All Notebooks
8Consider Price Cuts
The Mac line is very expensive. From the Mac Mini to the Mac Pro, consumers will find that they’re paying a significant premium just to get their hands on products that match cheaper alternatives on the Windows side. Now that Apple is attracting more mainstream consumers, maybe it’s time for the company to consider price cuts.
9Flash Storage for All
One of the nice things about flash storage is that it allows for quick access to files and with no moving parts, can significantly cut down on the chances of losing all of your information. At this point, flash is somewhat expensive, but considering Apple’s products are already not so cheap, wouldn’t it be nice if all of its Macs came with flash?
Apple’s iMac is stuck at 27 inches. And although that’s not so bad, it would have been nice if they came with 30-inch screens or more. Apple’s iMacs are quickly becoming both family computers and another entertainment option when the television is taken. Therefore, a larger screen would only make sense.