“Merrill Lynch said that based on channel checks… Macintosh sales ‘appear robust’ and expects to see further evidence of the halo effect when Apple Computer reports fiscal third-quarter earnings. ‘Our checks suggest that iMac sales improved following a refresh and that PowerBooks have been popular with recent graduates,'” Forbes reports.
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