Apple has confirmed that over 1,200 applications are now available as Universal binaries, which run natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs.

The company revealed the news within its regular eNews update.

The company revealed that: "Just ten weeks ago, we announced the new MacBook Pro and iMac computers with their new Intel-based processors, and developers have already delivered more than 1,200 Universal applications. That's about 120 applications a week. A pretty good clip, don't you think?"

The company hosts a list of available Universal applications on a dedicated page online.