Apple's World Wide Developer Conference started off life as a way for Apple's most faithful servants to pay homage, and to lick their wounds. The first was held in 1983, and things didn't go great for Apple for the next 25 years. During Steve Jobs' return to the throne, the keynote for WWDC was co-opted as another opportunity to promote Apple products to the press.
Some folks are kind of annoyed by yesterday's return to a keynote that was largely targeted at developers. It makes sense for the WWDC Keynote to be as developer focused as it was. It should have always been this way. I was initially planning on not covering this year's event at all. This is an event developers care the most about, so I'd like to let them have it without my bitching.
Unfortunately this has not gone over well with the community. I've never seen Henny in this kind of a mood. He is explicitly directing his subscribers to avoid the 2021 M1 iPad Pro until Apple make it worthwhile. He does not feel like his purchase has met that bar, and yesterday's WWDC keynote didn't change that feeling.
Here’s my thoughts on WWDC21 as it relates to purchasing a new iPadPro 2021 …