Tera asks the same question years ago.
If the iPhone is doomed after barely a decade as an icon, then why hasn’t the Mac died? After all, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs introduced the Mac back in 1984. We’re talking nearly 36 years. The iPhone is not even a teenager.
Why hasn’t the Mac died?
Unless a competitor comes up with a better device– substantially better; as was iPhone and then Android OS which combined to destroy the then-nascent smartphone industry– iPhone likely will have a long and prosperous life span, too.
We’ll still have Macs and iPhones a decade from now.