I've noticed it before, just why this offensive tone?
I am evaluating the pros and cons, and considering the long term effect. I am free to stop supporting new mac OS's anytime, for political reasons. Again, this makes ~30% of our revenue to date, and I feel we're getting close to the point were it isn't worth the trouble anymore. We could certainly sell more to win, by gaining time to develop new functionality.
Pls allow each participant to express his impression without being treated like an idiot. The point with business models is that the owner carries full risk and costs, he has a skin in the game, and typically knows and evaluates very well what he is doing.
See, branching out a whole product between pre catalina and post catalina complicates the matter. Now two codebases, two products needs support. It's not that realistic. You understand there are third party distributors and resellers behind all this, probably having to adapt their systems for exotic upgrade constellations and whatever? There are websites, e-commerce systems, license systems and and and that all need exceptional updates? Well meant, but not that well done I'd say.
Not just that, the whole communication effort is a pain in the ass, with several previously satisfied customers ending up being pissed of, for no functional gain. Just costs, just noise.