I think more to your point might be: If Apple is making most of its
money in the music
business, how much incentive is there to continue to develop Mac aps
and other software....

Art

On 4/7/06, Steve Rickaby <srickaby at wordmongers.demon.co.uk> wrote:

<snip>
> I was at IPEX on Wednesday, the big 4-yearly UK show for the printing and 
> publishing industries, and talked to the people on the Apple stand. Their 
> general view was that Apple had done it because there were a lot of Windows 
> users who wanted to run XP on Apple's 'real cool, superior hardware' [I am 
> quoting here]. I hope this doesn't turn out to be hubris. My concern is that 
> with Apple MacIntels being able to run XP, what is the incentive for Adobe to 
> go on producing *any Mac applications at all*?
> --
> Steve
>


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