“Apple’s roots are in providing great personal computers to educators and students,” said Mitch Mandich, senior vice president of Worldwide Sales. “Nothing pleases us more than to see educators continuing to choose Apple’s products, like the best selling iMac and iBook, above all other education computer systems.”
In addition to IDC’s Q4CY ‘99 Education Market Report, IDC also released education market share numbers for the entire year of 1999—also placing Apple on top with 23.6 percent market share—maintaining a strong lead over the next competitor. The difference between IDC’s fourth quarter and annual numbers show Apple’s widening education lead and is simultaneous to Apple’s introduction of breakthrough products such as iBook™, AirPort™, iMac™ DV and iMovie™.
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