A few days before the announcement of the results of the second fiscal quarter of Apple, everything indicates that the firm will not stray from the performance obtained so far. According to statements from Apple CEO Tim Cook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac mini with M1 technology now account for majority of Mac sales. Thus, Macs with M1 are more sold than models with an Intel processor.
Cook rated Apple’s M1 chip and silicon as “not just an upgrade, but a breakthrough,” while promoting customer satisfaction with the market-leading Mac. the four Macs with M1 engines now outperform the other five Intel computers in their lineup in terms of sales.
Macs with M1 overtake older models
Cook’s comment that the M1 Macs sell more than Intel models at the spring event may have gone largely unnoticed. But it’s likely to be a key point for the CEO during Apple’s next earnings call, which will take place on April 28.
With the launch of Apple’s first silicon-powered iMac this week, Apple now sells four Mac computers equipped with Apple’s silicon technology. Likewise, Apple continues to sell a 16-inch and 13-inch MacBook Pro, a 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMac and the top-of-the-line Mac Pro, all equipped with Intel processors.
In its last earnings call, Apple posted an all-time sales record in its PC category. The Macs equipped with the M1 processor were the key to this momentum, which does not seem to be stopping anytime soon.