UBS: Apple to unveil Intel-based Mac mini in January; AAPL share price target raised to $74

“Benjamin A. Reitzes of UBS Investment Research raised his price target and earnings estimates for Apple Computer and maintained a ‘buy’ rating on the company after checks revealed strong sales of the new video iPod and iMac G5,” Maya Roney reports for Forbes.

“The analyst said Apple would introduce more video content and digital entertainment offerings at Macworld in January, helping to drive shares. Checks also indicate that the company may be ready to launch lower-end Intel-based Macs earlier than its original June 2006 target, with the possibility of an Intel-based Mac mini at Macworld,” Roney reports. “He raised the price target to $74 from $65.”

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34 Comments

  1. there is no reason why I can’t keep low-end machines/laptops Intel based, and the super power machines stay PowerPC.

    and if things have gone really well with the switch of OS X to run on both processors, the Mac mini is the perfect machine to switch first, with little to no 3rd party software ready – because the mini is all about the built-in apps and iLife. Period.

  2. “Emporer Gates, they’re releasing the new MacMini ahead of schedule”.

    “Darth Balmer, what shall I do with you. You don’t have the slightest clue, do you?”

    “No my lord but I have many spies in the rebel Apple Alliance. They can’t beat Windows, we’re far too powerful for them now”.

    “Gooood, now leave me so I can continue testing my new secret weapon for infecting Macs from Xbox and iPod connections”.

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