Apple’s April retail notebook sales up 94 percent

Apple Store“Mac maker Apple Inc. saw retail sales of Mac units grow a solid 62 percent year-over-year for the month of April, which included a 94 percent spike in notebook sales thanks to solid MacBook and MacBook Pro momentum, as well as increased distribution,” Katie Marsal and Kasper Jade report for AppleInsider.

“According to NPD data cited by UBS Investment Research analyst Ben Reitzes on Wednesday, U.S. PC unit growth for the month of April grew 14 percent overall, include a 19 percent rise in retail sales and a 30 percent surge in notebook sales,” Marsal and Jade report.

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17 Comments

  1. Now, if Alan Greenspan will just keep his withered mouth shut, AAPL and the American markets as a whole will continue to expand . . . perhaps through the summer, even. (Gawd, but it’s hard for some “used-to-was’s” to give up the spotlight and go gentle in that good night of irrelevancy.)

  2. Let’s break it down for you trolls. Presidents speak. Ex-presidents avoid commentary on current presidents, because it is the respectful and gentlemanly thing to do.

    You will find only the ill-mannered and self-important have a problem with the above. Draw your own conclusions.

  3. Consider that most Mac savvy notebook fans are waiting were waiting for new Macbook and Macbook Pro’s to appear in April.
    (Think how high the numbers might have been if people weren’t waiting for new products!)

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