Half of new MacBook users last quarter were Apple converts

Given how expensive they are, MacBooks don’t usually give off the vibe of a device meant for more regular consumers. However, Apple’s notebooks have proven more than capable of going toe-to-toe with other systems. Now, as confirmed by the company, half of the people who bought a new MacBook in the last quarter were new users.

In the last fiscal quarter, Apple performed remarkably well, as reported by MacRumors. The company earned US$ 10.4 billion from Mac revenue, an improvement over last year’s US$ 9.1 billion. At the same time, Apple’s CFO Luca Maestri confirmed that half of that revenue came from those new to using a MacBook.

Of course, “new to using a MacBook” can mean a few things. The easiest assumption is that these users switched over from Windows. And indeed, a good number might have done just that. However, it can also mean that some people chose a MacBook as their first notebook.

Regardless, Apple is significantly improving its Mac userbase. With improved processing power, the company has proven its worth in the notebook industry. Currently, demand has grown so much that Apple is struggling to meet the demand for new MacBooks. Newly purchased devices might take a while before they reach the hands of their users.

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