Apple: Data from Strategy Analytics shows that in the first quarter of 2021 Apple sold approximately 5.7 million MacBooks, a growth of 94% from the same period last year when 2.9 million units were sold. These results put it in fourth place among the notebook manufacturers most notable in the world.
Other information describes the presence of it Apple company in the segment. In the period, it had a share of 8.4%, compared to 7.8% in 2020, and competed with names such as Lenovo (23.9%), HP (22.6%) and Dell (14.6%). ). Speaking of operating systems, macOS accounted for 8.4%, Windows for 73% and Chrome OS for 17.7%.
It’s worth remembering that the figures quoted are estimates generated by Strategy Analytics’ proprietary statistics Apple does not report individual shipments in its reports.
Regardless, models such as 16-inch MacBook Pro, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air, as well as some equipment upgrades, are part of the big tech line. The report doesn’t directly quote him, but the increase may be due to the launch of new Macs with the proprietary M1 chip.
In the end it was not just like that Apple that experienced significant growth – according to it to $ 9.1 billion in the second quarter (up 70.1% on the year-over-year comparison).
Overall, notebook deliveries increased 81%, a phenomenon that Strategy attributed to the home office and the likelihood that companies will maintain a hybrid model as the pandemic mitigation abates.