updated 08:40 am EST, Tue February 14, 2006
Apple lists Universal apps
Apple today announced that Intel-based Mac customers have more than 700 Universal applications to choose from and said that "the list is growing each day with hundreds of developers including Adobe, Quark and IBM's Lotus division announcing support for Mac OS X Intel-based applications." The company has published a list on its website. Earlier this month, Adobe said it would not release native Intel versions of its software until the next major upgrades are released, leading many to believe that Apple will struggle with sales to professionals, while some analaysts said that sales in other segments of Apple's market will compensate for any sales slowdown seen in its professional markets.