But take a slightly longer view, as the attached chart does, and things look pretty bleak for the once-mighty Wintel empire.
Windows PC growth rates have been shrinking since the first quarter of 2010 and have been in negative territory (i.e., fewer units sold year over year) every quarter for the past six.
The first quarter of 2010, you may recall, is when Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad.
Link: The Five Year Plan.
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