Apple’s Universal applications for Mac OS X list tops 1,300

When you see the Universal symbol on Macintosh applications, that means they’re made to run on both Intel- and PowerPC-based Apple Macintosh computers.

Apple’s growing list of Universal Applications available for Mac OS X now tops 1,300 applications.

You can search by keyword or browse the list of featured applications with Apple’s Universal Applications Macintosh Products Guide here.

Apple’s brand new iPod Hi-Fi speaker system. Home stereo. Reinvented. Available now for $349 with free shipping.
Apple’s new Mac mini. Intel Core, up to 4 times faster. Starting at just $599. Free shipping.
MacBook Pro. The first Mac notebook built upon Intel Core Duo with iLife ’06, Front Row and built-in iSight. Starting at $1999. Free shipping.
iMac. Twice as amazing — Intel Core Duo, iLife ’06, Front Row media experience, Apple Remote, built-in iSight. Starting at $1299. Free shipping.
iPod Radio Remote. Listen to FM radio on your iPod and control everything with a convenient wired remote. Just $49.
iPod. 15,000 songs. 25,000 photos. 150 hours of video. The new iPod. 30GB and 60GB models start at just $299. Free shipping.
Connect iPod to your television set with the iPod AV Cable. Just $19.


  1. Jack, I think you’re going to have to ride this stock pain for maybe the rest of this year. Everyone will want to see Apple’s next report which is coming up soon, but since they’re not expected to blow away any analyst numbers, the price could actually drop further.

    I think we’ll need to see another knockout product release (true video iPod) and further announcements of accelerated Intel transitions in order for the stock price to climb again. But I think that reports of increasing market share numbers would truly set the share price on fire again.

    When fall rolls around, and all Macs are on Intel, and a video iPod or similar is available, and Christmas buying season starts up again, well … I think you’l start to see things improve swiftly.

    Couple this with Microsoft’s horrible problems of late and I think the stage is set for some good returns over the course of the next year.

    Just MHO.

  2. Yeah, but I’m still waiting for the Big 2 on my machine — Photoshop Elements and The Sims 2. Sims 2 is due out practically any day (according to the Aspyr newsletter), but with PE 4.0 just out, I’m afraid I may have to wait till 5.0 comes out in a couple more years…unless I decide that waiting for Photomerge to put together my panoramas just means I have more time to waste on the Web…

  3. Stock prices suffer from the “Yeah, but…” mentality of most analysts. (And not to be crude, but notice the word “anal”?) No matter how good the news is, they’re waiting for the other shoe to drop…in their world, there’s always a catch.

    The most perverse place on Earth has to be Wall Street. Stocks move up on bad news (layoffs) and down on good news (new products). It’s why I’m leaving my money in a nice safe share certificate at the credit union — sure, I’m not going to make a million bucks, but there’ll be enough money when the spouse retires in 8 years that we’ll be able to live comfortably on that and his pension. (Thanks to his union, there WILL be a pension!)

    If you want fast returns on your money, sell your stock and head for the poker tables at Bellagio — you might have a better shot at the big kill…

  4. Isn’t it great when people think they have the first post but it’s really the second, and when you check the time of the 1st and 2nd post, it took them 6 minutes to write “first post”?

    that explains the spelling.

  5. STOCK:

    If you are seriously worried about your AAPL stock put in a stop loss with your broker. Set the bar pretty low like $45/share. That way you’ll at least should have doubled your money on AAPL. Personally, I see this stock price depression as an excellent buying opportunity. Just my theory.

  6. VISTA: Very Insecure Shit That’s Abominable

    Apple: Awesome Powerful People Learning Everything

    MacIntel: Masterful And Cohesive Intellectual Necessity That Excludes Lackeys

    Microsoft: Most Intelligent Customers Realize Our Software Only Fools Them

  7. Hmmmm, I was actually using the ol’ hat rack to think with for a change, and I noticed Final Cut Studio Universal is due March 2006. So is Apple’s Anniversary (April 1st). With less than a week left, I believe it’s highly likely Apple may introduce a new super powerful Final Cut Studio 6 and totally destroy all non-believers. Just my opinion, … now back to using this melon to hold my hat up. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”wink” style=”border:0;” />

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