Mac sales went up 31% after Apple caught up with iMac demand

By Alex
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Feb 26th, 2013
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iMac-20121Analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray published a report according to which sales of Macs in January rose by 31% compared to the same period last year.

In the last quarter, Apple did not meet analysts’ expectations on sales of computers: it sold only 4.1 million Mac, although the forecasts, this figure reached 5 million This was due to problems with the production and supply, the company simply could not meet the demand for their products, presenting October 2012, the new iMac.  Now Apple catches up, and things went downhill.

In the final quarter of 2012, the Cupertino company has sold 17% fewer Mac compared to the previous year. According to the official report of Apple, the “holiday” period of 2012, the company sold 4.1 million computers Mac, when in the past year, sales for the same period was 4.9 devices.

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In step with analysts, within the present quarter, Apple sells three.eight million Mac – 5% decrease than a 12 months prior. Consistent with Munster, is an effective consequence, as a result of it conforms to the deliberate figures.

PC gross sales increase amid the approaching generation of put up-PC seems in particular spectacular. Rising day-to-day pastime pill modifications place the items on the chess board trade. The elevated demand for iPad is ready to catch up on Apple  passion in Mac, the analyst stated. The principle open query is now a Californian firm competitors in moveable cellular gadgets with different producers.