Yeah to all above. I've been Macs at home and PCs at work since the Mac came out. Time Capsule too. My first Mac was the MacPlus.
Apple under Tim Cook is not an innovator any more. The new Google Pixel phone looks compelling enough to make me switch after having the original iPhone, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4S, and now the iPhone 6. All were good in their day. I hope the 6 keeps going two more years before I want to replace it.
They've become tied to stock market pricing fears and the iPhone as the main product. I think that the gross margins on products have to be high for Tim to keep them and the Time Capsule and desktops no longer justify any investment in dollars on ROI terms.
My 2009 iMac is still a great computer, I had to suffer through El Capitan problems, but Sierra addressed most problems. The Powerbook Pros used by the rest of family (from 2008 to 2012 models) all have major issues. The 2012 is on its way to the "Genius Bar" today, but appears dead. The 2008 model has issues that will render it dead soon. It's been dying for a while. I hope I can convince them to get Microsoft Surface computers as replacements, but change is hard.
I have the Google Pixel Chromebook (original model) and and still find it a compelling product. Apple products, not so much. There is not one new product that has any appeal. Tim ought to watch videos of Steve Jobs introducing products from the iMac to his last appearance. Steve always worked in reasons why the new product was needed and had value. Now it is just take it how it is. Sad.