Dec 11, 2013 - 05:15 PM EST — AAPL: 561.36 (-4.19, -0.74%) | NASDAQ: 4003.813 (-56.677, -1.4%)
“Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster today issued a new research report sharing data from research firm NPD covering Apple’s U.S. Mac sales for the January-February timeframe, revealing that Apple’s sales are currently up 14% year-over-year,” Eric Slivka reports for MacRumors. “The performance is down somewhat from the 31% growth seen for January alone, but remains very solid as Apple’s iMac shortages appear to have eased.”
“Despite the strong performance, Munster is maintaining his estimate of an overall 5% decline in worldwide Mac sales for the quarter, even though Apple’s worldwide numbers have frequently outperformed the U.S. data gathered by NPD,” Slivka reports.
Read more in the full article here.