Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 18th Jan 2007 23:42 UTC
Apple Apple may not want the word 'computer' in its title anymore, but it's hard to ignore the impact of the Macintosh on the bottom line. Despite a report of flat shipments, plus all the attention given to the iPod, iPhone and Apple TV in the last month, the Mac had a solid quarter for the period that ended on Dec. 30. Apple reported selling about 1.6 million of its signature product during the quarter. The Mac also saw its revenue share increase by about 40 percent compared to last year.
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Kinda-sorta off-topic, but still ...
by MissinBeOS on Fri 19th Jan 2007 00:33 UTC
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Anyone here have one of the new iMacs and successfully use Parallels to run XP? How do you like it? Dislike it? I'm soooooooooooo tempted to get one, but I have too many XP apps that I can't afford to replace, or don't exist for Mac OS X ... if the speed/responsiveness is reasonable, I'm liable to be pushed over the edge. ;)

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