The end of Xserve could be significant for other professional-oriented Apple products, according to a report.
The report does stress that the speculation is based on unconfirmed rumours, albeit from what it considers to be reliable sources. It also goes on to suggest that the days of Mac OS X Server could be numbered as well.
The official end of the Xserve product line will come on 31 January. After that date, customers looking to upgrade, replace, or supplement existing Xserve systems will be able to choose from the Mac Pro with Snow Leopard Server and Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server as alternatives.
Apple has also published a transition guide to help those looking to replace their Xserve systems.
This story, "Death of Xserve 'Could Spell End for Professional Products'" was originally published by Macworld U.K..