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.
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