“The rise of tablets and smartphones may be contributing to the decline of the PC market as a whole,” Ian Paul reports for Macworld.
“But for years now, Apple’s Mac lineup has continued to flourish,” Paul reports. “If you look at the long-term trends of Apple’s quarterly numbers, unit sales of the company’s desktops and laptops grew steadily year by year over the past decade—every year, that is, until the end of 2012. The most recent numbers indicate that the Mac, like other PCs, is finally feeling the impact of the so-called tablet revolution.”
Paul reports, “But Macs are still doing better than the PC market generally… [and] even with diminishing prominence, MacBooks and iMacs still have an important role to play in Apple’s overall business.”
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