Over time, I realised that chasing after the latest and greatest tech is not a fair use of money and the excitement of owning that tech wears off quickly. I have an iPad that does what I want it to do. When it no longer can do what I want it to do, I will replace it. Likewise, I have no use for an Apple Watch. It does nothing I need doing.
I don't do illegal drugs; I never have. But I imagine doing drugs is a bit like buying new tech. Once the initial rush of the acquisition has worn off, the buyer is left feeling down.
I plan on attending tomorrow's event purely for information. I'm not very interested in what new thing Apple thinks we need our iPads. I am interested in learning about Apple's new ARM processor-based devices and how Apple will transition from Intel. And I want to know the dates. My late 2013 iMac is ageing. It still works, but I am concerned that Big Sur won't run. I will want a new iMac, but I don't want to purchase an Intel Mac if ARM-based Macs are the next evolution of the Mac.
Submitted for the 100DaysToOffload project.