Apple’s decision to allow Windows to run on its Macintosh computers opens up a world of opportunities for the company, but it remains to be seen what the move will do for the company’s share price.
Shares in Apple - which employs 1,100 people in Cork in a European operations centre and software development function - jumped nearly 10 per cent on Wednesday, after it made the announcement in an uncharacteristically low-key manner.
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