Obviously I just wanted to build a Mac from what you can get without it being an annoying process – but I know Apple makes a lot of money on marketing and hides the machinery behind a pretty exterior.
So they should just get involved in building PCs in a way that is branded for Apple. Apple's marketing tends to run out of the idea that you shouldn't see the machinery and that it should feel a bit more like magic. Thus, they should build components that are slim, easy to install and replace without much technical knowledge.
I.e. maybe you are connecting to an SSD, but it will feel more like connecting to a USB, but it will have a locking mechanism. The circuit board would be more protected and less visible with a completely different industrial design than you normally see.
Then the marketing strategy would be to boast of the incredible storage, ram, etc.
IDK, I have just built my first PC, but I still want to use my Mac for music but wanted to have a high powered workstation on Mac caused this idea.
You know, especially when I spend less than $ 500 on a machine that basically turns on more like you turn on a microwave or toaster instead of a computer.