I have long enjoyed reading the annual Apple report card that Jason Snell organizes and publishes. It is a finger on the pulse of a company that remains uniquely interesting despite becoming a proper behemoth worth about six times as much now as it was when this survey began.
New in this year’s report card is a failing grade; guess which product that was given to. Also, high praise for Apple’s first own-silicon Macs, the iPhone lineup, services, and comments from many writers including yours truly. I’m grateful that Snell asked me to participate again.