Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 18th Feb 2009 14:36 UTC
Apple With the economy in decline, many fear that the one company to take the financial blow would be Apple. The company focusses on the higher end of the market (at least in price), and with many people having less and less money to spend, as well as facing insecure financial prospects, people may decide to choose for a cheaper, non-Apple computer. Piper Jaffray, an Apple-friendly analyst firm, has projected that the Cupertino company is about to face a decline in year-over-year Mac sales; for the first time in six years.
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Profit Margins
by gfacer on Wed 18th Feb 2009 15:41 UTC
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The one thing I don't get is that Apple could easily put out a netbook that had great margins and still was a great deal cheaper than what they offer might not give the users the experience that Apple wants them to have. But why not let the customer decide?

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