PC Market Slips 11.8 Percent In Q2 But Apple Keeps Picking Up Steam

PC Market Slips 11.8 Percent In Q2 But Apple Keeps Picking Up Steam

By Alex Wilhelm According to IDC, the global PC market’s unit volume slipped 11.8 percent in the second quarter of 2015, a slightly larger-than-expected dip. As the company notes, the size of the decline reflects a strong second quarter in the year-ago period, when the death of Windows XP bolstered sales of new machines. In total, some 66.1 million PCs were sold in the three-month period. IDC,… Read More

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