In case you've missed it with all the iPhone hoopla, Apple's computer business isn't doing too bad. In fact, Mac sales have gotten so strong that Apple has taken over as the third-largest PC vendor in the country.
According to Gartner, the company saw a 38 per cent boost in sales over the last quarter, moving Apple into the third overall spot behind uber-vendors HP and Dell.
What's more, things may only get better for the Mac and its backers. A recent order of circuit boards has fueled speculation that the company could be working on a new set of laptops, possibly new MacBooks for the back to school rush (though I wouldn't count out SSD-equipped MBPros either.)
Oh, and that whole cell phone thing Apple has on the side is doing pretty well too.
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