Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 24th Jan 2006 18:17 UTC
Apple Apple's decision to unleash Intel-based Mac systems six months ahead of schedule is proving less successful than the company anticipated. Two weeks following the Macworld Expo San Francisco keynote, sources report that sales of the Intel-based iMac are lower than Apple expected, even taking into account the seasonal post-holiday sales dip, suggesting the 2006 transition to Intel is going to be more difficult than the company has expressed. UPDATE: Good news for our Mac friends: new data now made available suggest that the iMac actually sells well.
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RE[2]: Duh
by chrish on Wed 25th Jan 2006 14:10 UTC in reply to "RE: Duh"
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You may note the fact that nobody in film/broadcast uses iMacs, and that Apple didn't have any G5 laptops. They still sell 64-bit G5 desktop machines.

- chrish

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