Dave on the Mac Pro and Sign in with Apple:
Apple hit a big home run with based loaded on the Mac Pro, but that assumes there are professional level customers who have a big wad of money because the entry level model with display and stand comes in just under $12,000; substantially more than a comparably equipped– and that’s not the right phrase for Xeon Inside, a Retina 5K display, 32GB RAM et al– iMac Pro at $4,999.
That’s not to mention the $999 price tag for the Pro Display stand.
Sign in with Apple is mandatory for apps that use Sign in with Google, or Sign in with Facebook, or Sign in with Twitter, et al. Even better, Apple gives users in iOS 13 the choice of how to handle email in the sign up process, by giving them a throwaway disposable email alias that hides the user’s identity.
This is huge.