Ma­cos Server: As fea­tures are cut, what does the fu­ture hold for Ap­ple’s server soft­ware?

Does this mean Ap­ple is aban­don­ing the net­work server mar­ket? Most likely, yes.

Macworld (USA) - - Contents - BY DAN MOREN

Ap­ple may have em­braced the pro mar­ket on the Mac hard­ware side with the re­cent re­lease of the imac Pro ( go. mac­world.com/bimp) and forth­com­ing Mac Pro, but the soft­ware side, well, that’s a slightly dif­fer­ent story.

A quiet post on Ap­ple’s sup­port site last month ( go.mac­world.com/pcmo) re­vealed that the com­pany is sig­nif­i­cantly di­al­ing back the ca­pa­bil­i­ties of its ma­cos Server ( go.mac­world.com/mcos) pack­age, the $20 add-on soft­ware that turns your Mac into a full-fea­tured piece of server

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