“The number of Macs on the web is up by almost 35% on what is was 12 months ago, according to data collected by Net Applications,” Adrian Kingsley-Hughes blogs for ZDNet.
“Switching to Intel certainly has been good for Apple – I think that maybe it prompted people to upgrade earlier than they might have done otherwise,” Kingsley-Hughes writes.
Kingsley-Hughes asks, “Maybe the idea of being able to run both Mac OS and Windows on an Mac is more of a selling point than I’d first anticipated?”
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