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Some of Apple’s supply-chain sources are expecting MacBook Pro shipments to grow 20% sequentially in the third quarter of this year.
Back-to-school sales do generally see Mac sales grow between Q2 and Q3, and distance learning plans in K-12 are likely to help this year, but that is more likely to impact sales of the MacBook Air than the MacBook Pro …
It is uncertain how strong the stay-at-home demand for notebook devices will remain in the second half of 2020, but sources from the supply chain have claimed that Apple is set to increase its new MacBook Pro orders in late third-quarter 2020. Taiwanese PCB suppliers also expect strong shipments to the notebook and server sectors in the third quarter. Memory maker Nanya Technology also expects a ramp-up in revenues generated from the server sector.
Apple to see over 20% on-quarter growth in 3Q20 notebook shipments: Apple is set to significantly increase its new MacBook Pro orders in late third-quarter 2020 and will see its overall MacBook shipments rise over 20% sequentially in the third quarter, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
Noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has predicted that 13-inch MacBook Pro will be one of the first ARM-powered Macs, and that we may see that by the end of the year, but he’s expecting that to appear in Q4 rather than Q3.
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