@Paulo V I base my idea on the fact that Macs are used massively in Arts, Design and Development, so Apple will not ruin this corporate market just out of stubbornness, that's my impression.
Apple did have a hold on the Photography industry; then they abandoned it, allowing Adobe to pretty much rule; which worked against Apple as most Adobe products run better on Windows and with Touch screen and pen support on Windows hardware, working with full adobe apps.
Yosemite cost Apple a TV network here in Taiwan as it caused too many problems, so the production team went with Adobe and Windows.
I’ve witnessed a iOS games company abandon the Mac as they switched to a 3rd Party dev tool and Windows hardware, allowing them to debug their games on Touch hardware, and add support for Windows and Android.
I think in order to hold down the fort; Apple needs to double down on providing good quality and reliable hardware, while slowing down the frequency of new macOS versions, so that the new versions have more QA, with features that actually benefit the market.
I want to believe...