updated 01:35 pm EST, Fri February 14, 2003
Syllabus, a publication targetting higher education, today published an article titled "" in which Phil Long, senior strategist for the Academic Computing Enterprise at MIT, concludes:
"These are well-engineered and sophisticated laptops. Whether they are too little too late is the question for Apple. Some financial analysts appear to be non-plussed. The day of MacWorld, Merrill Lynch issued a sell recommendation. Almost simultaneously Prudential Financial issued a 'hold' rating on Apple Computer. Looks like Wall St. is just as uncertain by the future of Apple as the rest of us. Sometimes the '8-ball' says, 'Outlook cloudy, try again later.'"