After Apple’s blockbuster announcement of a sub-$500 Mac, the Mac Mini, technology pundits have been asking just what this means for the company known for premium products. According to analysts, the Mac Mini represents a crucial paradigm shift for Apple and blah, blah, blah.
Lehman Brothers’ Daniel Niles said “Apple has finally made it’s move to the low end of the market. This is key to the company’s future financial success and yadda, yadda, yadda.
“It’s important to note that Steve Jobs woodle, woodle, woodle and market share a-hey nonny, nonny a-plinnnnng.”
But Niles isn’t the only Apple follower pointlessly running at the mouth over the Mac Mini.
“The Mac Mini is one-of-a-kind in design innovation and it provides a low-cost value proposition that will appeal to those who aren’t already using a Mac,” said the New York Times’ David Pogue.
“But moreover, a-loodle doo-woop dee bang-a-wang. Now Apple has a wocka-wocka ding dong and the enterprise market skip to the loo, my darling.”
Analysts went on to drone on and on about core competencies, mind-share and something about strategic product symmetry or some crap like that, before dancing wildly about their offices flailing their arms and singing show tunes.