“I’m not sure if I’m witnessing a trend, but quite a few people I know have recently made the move from Windows PCs to Apple PCs. I intend to do the same the next time I change kit, but I’m slightly different in that I’ve never owned an Apple. All the people I’m talking about here have been Apple users, and are now moving back as a consequence of simply noting that Apple seems to be a revitalised company, OS X looks very impressive and the office apps on Apple are no longer a problem,” writes Robin Bloor of Bloor Research for IT-Director.com.
“This trend, if it is one, is not yet visible in Apple revenues, but I’ve decided to keep track of them to see. Apple continues to innovate. Its most recent announcement is Blue Tooth enabled keyboard and mouse. It led with wireless LANs and WIFI and now it is first to the market with Blue Tooth enabled devices. If anything Apple is actually more innovative than it used to be and it rarely makes product blunders (as for example, the Apple Newton),” Bloor writes.
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