Michael Gartenberg, vice president and research director at market-research firm JupiterResearch, agrees. “It removes one of the last obstacles for people considering Macintosh, but still feel they still need to run Windows or a particular Windows application,” added Gartenberg, who described Boot Camp’s release as “a very bold move by Apple.”More details over at MacWorld.
Being able to boot an Intel-based Mac gives potential switchers the opportunity to test the operating systems side-by-side. And the importance of that should not be underestimated, according to Gartner/G2 research director Mike McGuire.
Apple Boot Camp - a bold move
Posted on Friday, April 07 2006 @ 12:10 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck