In a press conference regarding its latest quarterly financials, Apple Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer said Mac sales were up 20% in America alone, representing a 26% increase in revenue.
Apple sold 2.94 million Macs during the quarter, representing a 33% unit increase over the same quarter in 2009. Worldwide Mac sales were up 3%, increasing revenue by 49%. Asia Pacific was the biggest market; Macs sales there were up 67%, garnering a revenue increase of 184%.
Overall Macs brought in $5.4 billion in revenue -- $1.7 billion from desktop sales and $2.8 billion. Desktop sales grew 40% from the second quarter of 2009 -- a 45% increase in revenue. Laptop sales grew 28% year-over-year, seeing revenue rise 17%.| Read more »