Seems, right now, that everything that’s “Made By Apple In California” is selling like hotcakes.
Business Insider reports today, quoting data from the NPD Group, that sales of Apple’s Mac computers are up 22 percent for the first two months of this quarter, ahead of predicted Wall Street growth of 16 percent.
Apple analyst Gene Munster tells Business Insider that the new OSX Lion operating system as well as newly refreshed MacBook Airs and Mac Minis have a lot to do with the numbers uptick.
NPD also reported iPod sales are down 16 percent for the first two months of the quarter (new iPods are likely coming soon and many know this)
A small note from Apple analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray this afternoon on Mac sales.
According to the latest data from NPD, Apple’s Mac sales are up 22% for the first two months of the September quarter. The street is expecting a 16% growth rate for the entire September quarter.
Munster attributes the strong sales to OSX Lion and refreshed MacBook Airs and Mac Minis.