Think there’s little growth opportunity for the Mac? Think again. The Toffler Associates (http://www.toffler.com/) think tank says there are more than one billion personal computers in use today — and that number will double by 2014.
Apple now has around 10% of the computer market in the US and is approaching 5% worldwide. And that percentage keeps on going up.
Imagine Apple nabbing 10% of more of a billion computer sales over the next four years. That’s a lot of Macs. Also, in the latest Toffler Associates they predict that:
° Companies will increasingly follow the Apple/iPhone model of creating value, not by creating products (in Apple’s case, apps), but by hosting the marketplace and charging to connect consumers to producers.
° The world will enter the “Petabyte Age,” where data saturation is the norm.
° Widespread quantum computing will be a realistic possibility in the next 10-15 years, which could lead to either the rebirth — or the end — of encryption as we know it.
— Dennis Sellers