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Apple Stock Up on Boot Camp News

Apple Stock Up on Boot Camp News

by , 10:20 AM EDT, April 5th, 2006

Apple's stock climbed noticeably after the announcement of Boot Camp, which lets you install and boot Windows XP on an Intel-based Mac. Apple released the public beta software Wednesday morning, and the company's stock started to rise almost as soon as the announcement was made.

Boot Camp will be a feature in the next version of Mac OS X, Leopard, which should be available some time between near the end of 2006.

Apple stock is currently trading at US$64.66, up 3.49 (5.51%).


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