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How Many Macintosh Computers Apple Sold Since 2006

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How Many Macintosh Computers Apple Sold Since 2006

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) reported in its fiscal fourth-quarter report (ending September 24, 2016) that it sold 4.886 million Mac units in the quarter, up from 4.252 million units in the prior quarter but lower than the 5.709 million units it sold in the same quarter a year ago.

Apple will report its fiscal first quarter results on January 31, 2017, and investors will naturally be paying close attention to iPhone sales metrics and outlooks. This doesn't mean that the Mac computer line will be ignored, however, as it is still a vital component of Apple's ecosystem.

Here is a look at how many Mac units the company has sold each year dating back to 2006:

  • 2006: 5.303 million.
  • 2007: 7.051 million.
  • 2008: 9.715 million.
  • 2009: 10.396 million.
  • 2010: 13.662 million.
  • 2011: 16.735 million.
  • 2012: 18.158 million.
  • 2013: 16.341 million.
  • 2014: 18.906 million.
  • 2015: 20.587 million.

Here is a look at 2016 sales of Mac computers by quarter.

  • Q2, 2016 (starting December 27, 2015 ending March 26, 2016): 4 million.
  • Q3, 2016 (starting March 27, 2016 to June 25, 2016): 4.2 million.
  • Q4, 2016 (starting June 26, 2016 to September 24, 2016): 4.886 million.
  • December 27, 2015 through September 24, 2016: 13.086 million.

Image Credit: By Carl Berkeley - originally posted to Flickr as iMac G3 500Mhz (2001) "Indigo", CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

 

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