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Old 01-24-2013, 12:03 AM   #8
fjtorres
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Originally Posted by pidgeon92 View Post
No doubt. Only us old fogies are still attached to our desktops. More and more its about portable social media.
I dunno.
I've seen people *try* to create/edit content on iOS; it ain't pretty.
(The Post-PC era no more means PCs will go away than the PC era did away with mainframes. Post-PC is really PC-plus.)

Now, MACs have generally been strongest with consumers and weakest in corporate so it isn't exactly news that as consumers move to appliances for communication and light computing tasks the MAC should suffer more than the PC but a nearly 20% shortfall right after a refresh does not bode well for that part of the business.
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