The soil is no longer so fertile for Apple's Macintoshes

Belsie, Laurent
February 1996
Christian Science Monitor;2/27/96, Vol. 88 Issue 63, p14
Dicusses the loss of dominance once held by Apple's Macintoshe (MAC) computers in the personal computer market. Inferiority of Macintoshes' operating system compared to International Business System (IBM) compatible machines; Statistics on market share between (MAC) and (IBM) computers; Technological projects underway by Apple; Reference to Apple Computer company as a technological pioneer.


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