“Despite the three-month decline of Apple’s stock price, some analysts are now more confident that the company has some solid operations behind it and will continue to deliver industry-beating growth rates across 2013 and into the following year, even if speculated new products such as ‘Pandora-like radio service’ or long-rumored HDTV set never materialize,” MacNN reports. “There is also some evidence the corporate and enterprise buying of Apple products may snowball in 2013.”
MacNN reports, “Forrester Research is predicting that Apple will have a record year in enterprise sales of Macs and iPads in 2013, estimating a total of $18 billion in corporate sales between the two lines, with the iPad leading the way. Though competition in the ‘business tablet’ space may increase due to efforts from Microsoft and Google to undercut the iPad, in the foreseeable future the iPad remains the best choice for tablets, and retains strong employee preference for them over Android- or Windows-based devices.””
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Judge Bork” for the heads up.]
Forrester Report: Apple will sell $39 billion in Macs and iPads to businesses over next 2 years – January 4, 2013