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Delayed 2012 iMacs may not be delayed after all

THE APPLE INVESTOR: Apple Sold More iOS Devices In 2011 Than All The Macs Sold Ever (AAPL)

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THE APPLE INVESTOR: Apple Sold More iOS Devices In 2011 Than All The Macs Sold Ever (AAPL)

U.S. Mac sales make small rebound

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Apple's U.S. retail Mac sales were up for the first month of the quarter, but not to the extent recently claimed by a Wall Street analyst, the NPD Group said today....
U.S. Mac sales make small rebound

The Nightmare Scenario: How Everything Could Go Wrong For Apple (AAPL)

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Apple is on top of the world right now, but nothing lasts forever. The company must find ways to innovate old products, fight off tough competitors, and keep up employee morale high—all without the leadership of visionary cofounder Steve Jobs. It's easy to overlook these threats given Apple's tremendous success...
The Nightmare Scenario: How Everything Could Go Wrong For Apple (AAPL)

Apple's Q1 revenue grows, but Mac sales fall

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Apple's revenue grew but profit was flat in its first fiscal quarter of 2013, during which sales of iPhones and iPads rose, but Mac and iPod shipments dropped....
Apple's Q1 revenue grows, but Mac sales fall
Apple reports 'best quarter ever' for US education institution Mac sales
The iMac In A World Of MacBooks On The Brink Of iPads
Tickets For Apple's WWDC 2013 Sell Out In Under 2 Minutes, Compared To 2 Hours In 2012

January sales data reveals mo' iMacs, mo' Mac sales

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3-4 week shipping times are still making some iMac buyers wait. Discussion of Mac sales may have been a bit of a yawner during Apple's earnings call last month, but sales have reportedly picked up significantly since then. Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster obtained NPD's retail data for January...
January sales data reveals mo' iMacs, mo' Mac sales

Apple's Huge Quarter in Charts

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Apple posted another monster quarter, just as some were starting to doubt it. Again, Apple's most impressive statistic is its overall sales growth: With more than $39 million in revenue last quarter, Apple's sales grew 59% year-over-year, far faster than its peers. The iPhone business continues to lead Apple, and the 35...
Apple's Huge Quarter in Charts
Analysts hold back on Apple earnings in expectation of iPhone 5

CHART OF THE DAY: The Ratio Of PCs To Macs Sold Has Fallen To Levels Not Seen Since The 1990s (AAPL, MSFT)

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Analyst Horace Dediu of Asymco has posted another excellent chart, this one showing the ratio of PCs sold to Macs sold each year since the early 1980s (via Philip Elmer-Dewitt, who notes that the peak year for Microsoft dominance was 2004). As you can see, the chart tells the story...
CHART OF THE DAY: The Ratio Of PCs To Macs Sold Has Fallen To Levels Not Seen Since The 1990s (AAPL, MSFT)
Apple's Tim Cook Sees "Huge Opportunity" For iPad In Mac Cannibalization
iPads (Thanks To The Mini) Accounted For 1 In 6 'PCs', Tablets One-Third Of All PCs Shipped In Q4: Canalys
The End Of The Mac, Depicted In Beautiful Charts (AAPL)

Amid record iPad and iPhone sales, Mac sales are down 22% since last year, iPods down 18%

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While announcing the results of its fiscal Q1 of 2013, Apple reported record-breaking growth in terms of iPhone and iPad sales — at the expense of quickly declining Mac and iPod sales. Back when the first iPhone was released, Apple showed it had no problems strategically cannibalizing its own product. The iPod was once a...
Amid record iPad and iPhone sales, Mac sales are down 22% since last year, iPods down 18%
Think we're moving past the PC? Ask the PC makers

Did PC Sales Just Bounce Off the Bottom? Not Quite.

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It wasn’t so long ago that if you had asked the folks at the tech research house Gartner about their predictions for PC sales in the first quarter, they would have hit you with a pretty gloomy scenario: Sales, Gartner said, would fall by 1.2 percent. It turns out they...
Did PC Sales Just Bounce Off the Bottom? Not Quite.

Apple's Q3 Estimates

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Apple's Q3 Estimates: Apple announces Q3 earnings later this afternoon -- as usual, Philip Elmer-DeWitt does his great roundup of analyst (both professional and those that actually know what they're talking about) predictions. Shocker: I suspect the numbers will be good. iPhone sales should be down (but only slightly) from...
Apple's Q3 Estimates

Even Mac sales sluggish in 4Q 2012, says IDC

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Not immune to sluggish sales, Apple sold about the same number of Macs in 2012's fourth quarter as the same period the year before, research firm IDC has estimated....
Even Mac sales sluggish in 4Q 2012, says IDC

After 'astonishingly' poor quarter, Mac sales predicted to rebound

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Mac sales outgrew the overall PC market for 26 consecutive quarters until December, but Apple is expected to see sales improve in the current quarter....
After 'astonishingly' poor quarter, Mac sales predicted to rebound

Apple notebook fire sale continues with $1,499 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display

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The entry-level price for an Apple MacBook Pro with Retina display has been unofficially slashed by $200 to just $1,499, as the company continues to work with its indirect sales channel to push units on the back of a lackluster quarter for Mac sales in general....
Apple notebook fire sale continues with $1,499 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display

Go to the Head of the Class, iPad

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With a growing number of schools across the nation embracing the iPad, the device is gaining significant momentum in the education market. And while it’s still early in its history, it’s beginning to look like the iPad could be the biggest thing happen to the classroom gadget market since the...
Go to the Head of the Class, iPad

Apple Reportedly Discontinuing Mac Pro Sales In Europe Starting In March

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Apple’s Mac Pro has been on the chopping block for a long time according to many industry watchers and pundits, and as of March it will actually get the axe in Europe. But the Pro’s debatable market appeal isn’t what’s causing the termination of sales in that region: the existing...
Apple Reportedly Discontinuing Mac Pro Sales In Europe Starting In March
Analysts revise estimates ahead of Apple's Q4 earnings call

Apple Blames Low Mac Sales on iMac Supply Constraints

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Today's quarterly results call revealed that Apple's Mac sales are down 16% compared to last year. Apple sold just 312,000 Macs per week compared to 371,000 per week during the same time period a year ago. Peter Oppenheimer noted that Apple has experienced significant constraints on the new iMacs, and...
Apple Blames Low Mac Sales on iMac Supply Constraints

The Ratio Of PCs To Macs Sold Has Fallen To Levels Not Seen Since The 1990s

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Analyst Horace Dediu of Asymco has posted another excellent chart, this one showing the ratio of PCs sold to Macs sold each year since the early 1980s (via Philip Elmer-Dewitt, who notes that the peak year for Microsoft dominance was 2004). As you can see, the chart tells the story...
The Ratio Of PCs To Macs Sold Has Fallen To Levels Not Seen Since The 1990s
Apple Reports Disappointing Mac Sales Despite Retina MacBook Release: 4 Million Units Sold In Q3 2012

Domestic data shows Apple's Mac sales up 5% in March quarter

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The latest U.S. sales data from NPD suggests Apple's Mac sales were up 5 percent year over year during the March quarter, a number lower than some have expected....
Domestic data shows Apple's Mac sales up 5% in March quarter

Charles Wolf: Don't Forget The Mac

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With all the attention around Apple focused on the growth of the iPhone and handicapping the potential fortunes of the forthcoming iPad, Charles Wolf, analyst at Needham and Co. in New York reminds us that Apple's Mac business is not only still strong, but getting stronger. In his latest "Wolf...
Charles Wolf: Don't Forget The Mac
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