Those who buy are also those who use and their decisions will be perhaps whimsical, maybe impulsive and not calculated, but fundamentally, in the aggregate, wise. Asymco
Nice narrative, but the masses aren’t always right. Democracies have failed. Our own founding fathers choose a republic instead of a democracy because they didn’t trust the wisdom of the masses.
And a lot of people bought PCs in the 90’s and 2000’s as well; it wasn’t just IT buyers. Perhaps something else is needed to explain the change. Like what you want to do with a computer has changed?