Munster tells us he expects some “speed bump” updates to the Mac line, a preview of the next OS, and maybe a new Macbook Air, but that’s about it.
“From an investor’s perspective, this is a non-event,” says Munster. All of Apple’s growth is now tied to the iPhone and iPad. Macs will only constitute around 27% of Apple’s sales this year. So updates to the Mac don’t mean much.
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