And the notion about USB3 being fast, is humorous since Thunderbolt will be twice as fast as USB3. And I am thinking that is just on copper. If so, the fiberoptics will really fast. And that is part of the issue. We have reached the limits of copper wire transfer speed. We are entering the age of light transfer of data. And it will take more than just adding ports to make everything work. The computers theirselves will need designing to take advantage of the transfer speeds.
A few years ago, during a talk with an Apple executive, he mentioned that Apple's goal is to always stay at least two years ahead of the competition. Since then, I have observed that to do that hundreds of people inside Apple spend thousands of hours doing something that most of its competitors don't do, which is to visualize what customers will want in two to five years and architect every detail of that vision across all of its devices. And the operative word here is details. Apple sweats the details across its entire ecosystem of products to make sure that they fit into this broader vision it has of the future.