Shipments of new MacBooks to surge starting in June, sources say

“As Apple reportedly will announce its new MacBook series notebooks in June, the company’s upstream suppliers will start raising their shipments to Apple significantly in the month with volumes expected to reach a peak in July, according to sources from the upstream supply chain,” Aaron Lee and Joseph Tsai report for DigiTimes.

“With Apple set to push shipments of its MacBooks in the third quarter, the company is expected to achieve an on-year growth of 30-50% in MacBook shipments in 2012, higher than the average of 8-10% for the notebook market,” Lee and Tsai report. “The sources revealed that they stared supplying components the new MacBooks to Apple in March and order volumes increased in both April and May. The sources expect volumes to rise significantly in June and will continue rising in July.”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]

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6 Comments

  1. That wouldn’t make much sense considering a decade of consistent product cycles.. They’ve always done a refresh a quarter..

    iMacs refreshed May 2011 (11 mos. cycle)
    MB Airs refreshed in July 2011 (11 mos. cycle)
    MB Pro’s refreshed late October (10.5 mod cycle)

    That would put:
    iMacs (anytime)
    MB Airs (late June/early July)
    MB Pro’s: Late September

    1. Apple does need a consistent supply of those New Retina displays.
      You do not want any hiccups that might interrupt the delivery of the new machines.
      Ship when all I’s are dotted and T’s are crossed. 😉

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