Re: "time to step into the wonderful of world of Linux"
Yes, you're not a Mac user. Apple change macOS every year, and horrifically break things every time.
Eg El Capitan broke half the USB devices in the world because Apple rewrote the USB stack and interpreted the standard in a different way to everyone else on the planet, most updates have introduced massive security holes (get root by pressing Enter?)
The OS software APIs are poorly documented, and are often deprecated and removed without notice or even a suitable replacement. Even core ones - eg they've decided to deprecate the audio and video APIs used by almost all of the professional audio and video applications. On an OS that's primarily used by audio and video people.
Apple are directly and indirectly killing the professional applications. They killed several directly - Final Cut Pro is no longer even vaguely usable as everything "Pro" about it is gone.
No touchscreen support. At all. Sure, you can install 3rd party drivers but you could do that in Windows 98 for $deity's sake.
macOS can only legally be run on Apple hardware. Which is ancient, almost impossible to repair and so fragile that the keyboards actually physically break if you sneeze.
The keyboards have horrific ergonomics and they keep removing keys. It's now basically impossible to use (eg) Avid on Mac without buying a 3rd party keyboard.
The mouses have horrific ergonomics.
I could go on.
Some of this is driven by a desire for form at the expense of function and usability, but it's clear that much of it is that they simply don't care - presumably because macOS doesn't make them much money directly.