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Two Years Later, iPad Revenue Surpasses That Of Mac

Just how big is the iPad? Revenues from the 15-month-old iPad have now surpassed those of Macs, according to SplatF. In the most recent quarter, Apple sold 9.2 million iPads for $6 billion in revenue. This compares to 3.9 million Macs for $5.1 billion in revenue. This news, which was unveiled during Apple’s conference call today with investors, is amazing considering the first Mac rolled off the line in 1984. [caption id="attachment_207718" align="aligncenter" width="487" caption="Mac vs. iPad Revenue, July 2011"]Mac vs. iPad Revenue, July 2011[/caption] According to Apple COO Tim Cook:
“We do believe that some customers chose to purchase an iPad instead of a new Mac during the quarter, but we also believe that even more customers chose to purchase an iPad over a Windows PC.”
The iPad and iPhone now represent more than two-thirds of Apple’s oversale sales. What do you think? Leave your comments below.
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Two Years Later, iPad Revenue Surpasses That Of Mac

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