Addressing the Hole in the Grand Unified Theory of Apple Products, Revisiting Apple’s Achilles' Heel, Apple Partners with Best Buy for Product Repairs

Today's Above Avalon daily update includes the following stories: 

  • Addressing the Hole in the Grand Unified Theory of Apple Products

  • Revisiting Apple’s Achilles’ Heel

  • Apple Partners with Best Buy for Product Repairs

We begin today’s update with additional comments on the latest Above Avalon article, “Apple's Product Strategy Is Changing.” In particular, we look at how Apple is addressing the hole in my Grand Unified Theory of Apple Products. The discussion then turns to whether or not the Mac is still Apple’s Achilles’ Heel. The email concludes with some noteworthy Apple Retail changes.

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