Listen: Apple, Microsoft, Antea discussed on Windows Weekly
"There's lots of things are going to do, and I presume it, we'll do thunderbolt three and video and all that stuff. I see the problem here so that I would do that on a pro machine for sure, but maybe they didn't. I, I agree with you one hundred percent. I mean, I I and I could see on a laptop where space is a constraint unless you're like, apple, I'm willing to say, you know the heck with it. We're moving forward. You guys catch up. If we'll see, we'll see you on the other side, but they're not like apple, that's exactly the Antea. The way that we're going to be the point. You know, if you think about it that the surface laptop lines up nicely with the macbook air, which actually does not have USB ports, although it's about to be replaced with a device are probably does this. This may be Microsoft taking a step back in like Mary. Joe was saying, you know, we're going to do the big thing next year, but specifically to go after that crowd of apple uses her a little disgruntled about the lack of. To surface studio is going to be. Well, I mean for the portable part of the Marco? Yeah, surface pro and surface laptop you've got. And then of course, the big powerful surface book to if you want that you've now get this range of devices, each of which has at least one legacy port. You know, and they aren't beautiful. Yeah. I listen, I found I've run out of ways to apologize Microsoft today, but I, I, I guess, a little disappointing, but maybe maybe they don't really care if how many they sell, maybe really. How much they care to carry a lot or is it more to them do like it's not as important to them is like, say office or windows or Azure, right? It's their business is four billion dollars a year plus significant. Is that revenue ISIS, specked revenue Panos in rum years later when he's gone from Microsoft and say, come on, you wanted to do this in twenty fifteen.."