While standing still is never tolerated in the tech industry, 2016 was a year of particular change for Apple. The iPhone and iPad are no longer growth engines, and while the Cupertino, Calif.-based company remains huge (and hugely profitable), it has seen its fiscal-year revenue drop for the first time in 15 years. The shifting sands have had big implications for Apple channel partners as the company has sought to push harder into the enterprise, in part to help compensate for the lack of growth with consumers. In the following slides, we've rounded up the top 10 Apple stories of 2016 that affected the channel.
(For more of our 2016 retrospective, check out 'CRN's 2016 Tech Year In Review.')