Forrester Report Says Apple Will Sell $39 Billion In Macs and iPads To Businesses Over Next 2 Years

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Forrester Research is reporting that Apple will sell $39 billion in Macs and iPads through 2014.

According to the firm’s latest report, Apple will sell $7 billion worth of Macs and $11 billion in iPads to the corporate market this year. In 2014, Apple will sell $8 billion in Macs and $13 billion in iPads.

Forrester Analyst Andrew Bartels said to me in an email interview that Apple is having success in the corporate market for three reasons:

  1. Good products that employees want to use, and f...

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