Apple's fiscal third quarter results will be dissected in a big way after the company disappointed Wall Street. However, Apple noted a bevy of key vertical industry developments with a strong quarter for education.
In fact, there was a few minutes where Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer was talking enterprise wins as if he ran Research in Motion in its heyday.
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Among the key items on the enterprise front from Apple:
A notable large education transaction closed during the June quarter in Rutherford County, North Carolina, which has purchased 6,000 MacBooks. To support its 21st century digital learning environment in Pueblo, Colorado, K-12 staff in the 22 school districts will convert to MacBook Airs.
PepsiCo has deployed thousands of iPhones with an in-house app built specifically for their field merchandisers. This app has eliminated paper reports and provides real-time information to managers, sales teams and delivery drivers.