Overall, Apple technology has been a pleasure to use and maintain and it would be fair to say that it makes for an essential core element of our approach to learning environment design - not an easy ask when you consider that recording studios are usually operated and designed by a small number of experienced specialists in highly customised environments. In our case, we need to scale this for around 100 or so undergraduates. The full case study can be accessed on Apple's Higher Education site here.
Apart from MacPros, iMacs and Laptops, being a music institution we also make fair use of iPods, but also now Apple TV. We have three units around the Conservatorium main building, which sync to iTunes from one of our Mac Pros in IMERSD. Here we subscribe to and keep copies of all of our movies and podcasts, which are then automatically distributed to the Apple TVs in various student tutorial locations. For more about how we've been using Apple TV, the AUC's Wheels For the Mind recently ran a feature in the Winter 2007 issue, available here as a PDF.