Man, I have no idea what you want from that company.
Take for example the laptops. Under Big Steve's tenure - which everybody is using as an assumed judgement against Cook - Apple laptops got lighter, much faster, acquired new ports, higher resolution screens, more comfortable sizing, way better battery life, magnetic hinges, laser-drilled microphone ports and power lights, tiny built-in webcams, and a huge raft of software innovation like automatic backups, global search, and
But they were still LAPTOPS.
Cook is replacing a CEO who was a worldwide icon who died at the height of his power. He's doing a damn good job in an insanely challenging position. But if all the stuff I listed above had happened under Cook's watch, you'd probably defecate on it, and point out that Apple was not first-to-market with ANY of those innovations.
Consider what's happened with iPhones during Cook's brief tenure. They've gotten lighter, faster, acquired new ports, more comfortable sizing, better battery life, will soon have higher resolution screens, and this year saw a pretty big raft of software innovation. Sound familiar? Was Apple first-to-market with ANY of it?
Go on, keep griping that it's still A PHONE.
Keep comparing them to Android phones, as if those were even a cohesive set of products. Keep repeating tired history.
You seem to want an entirely new product category, that is also wildly successful, and also completely rearranges an industry and becomes a cultural phenomenon. Did I say "want"? No, that's the wrong word. You seem to feel you are entitled to it, and that if Apple doesn't keep delivering these miracles like clockwork, it's a company of has-beens. Get off your high-horse.