Yes, I suppose these could be the numbers that they were working with. How about it dogslobber? Are these Apple numbers?the graph pretty much coincides with what Schiller and c.Federighi were saying last month (fwiw)
Somebody has to empty the Cupertino trash bins.Yet, that's your current location.
Regardless. What the data tells us is most of interest.Ah, Adium users.
That can explain the low numbers.
(I agree - People still use Adium? )
Many more than the graph posted seemed to indicate; I'd be curious how the group that was profiled were selected, or whether they were self-selected.That doesn't make much sense, there are a lot of MacBook Air out there, certainly more than Mac Pro
Agreed completely. I haven't used a desktop as my main (or only) computer in almost twenty years, and have only ever used them if an employer supplied them.I think that over the past several years, laptops in general have far outsold desktops because they offer more flexibility and portability. Back in 2015 after waiting patiently to see what the specs were going to be on the 21.5" iMac with retina screen, I was disappointed and turned my attention to the 2015 MacBook Pro, and after comparing specs and costs I realized that for me, right out of the box the rMBP offered much more of what I wanted plus the benefits of portability and additional flexibility. I bought a 15" rMBP and set it up as a desktop substitute and have been very happy with it ever since. I doubt that I'll ever go back to an iMac again. I suspect that more and more people have found that for them, using a laptop really provides more benefits in the long run. People are on the go more these days, and many times they need or want to have their computer with them, too.
i'd guess apple's info contains a much (much!) greater number of usersYes, I suppose these could be the numbers that the were working with. How about it dogslobber? Are these Apple numbers?