“The latest data from the NPD Group shows domestic Mac sales down 5 percent year over year in the June quarter, as iPad cannibalization of Apple’s Mac platform continues,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.
“The NPD data, summarized on Monday by analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray, represents only a portion of Apple’s global Mac sales,” Hughes reports. “But the Mac is also becoming a less meaningful part of Apple’s business, now representing just 15 percent of the company’s revenues.”
Hughes reports, “NPD found that Mac sales were down 12 percent year over year in the month of June, despite the launch of new MacBook Air models powered by Intel’s Haswell CPUs.”
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