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Apple records a surge in Mac and iPad shipments in India

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2021 appears to be shaping up as a good year for Apple, it has become the fifth-largest PC brand in India, less than nine months after opening up its official online store in the country.

Shipments of Apple Mac desktops and laptops along with their iPads reached an estimated 208,000 units in Q1 of 2021, a report from data research firm Canalys claims.

Apple attributed this success to the opening of its online store in the country in September 2020, Apple Insider reported.

Additional data from IDC, an analytical firm also showed that Apple PC shipments in India grew around 335% in Q1 2021.

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Apple was only behind Asustek, they tied with Apple for the fifth-largest PC vendor, by an estimated 2000 units.

Apple’s tablet business, however, is doing even better. Despite Indian tablet shipments going down by 34% in Q1 of 2021, Apple came in as the second-largest tablet vendor with a 29% market share.

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Apple tablet shipments have increased by 144% year-over-year in Q1 of 2021, they have overtaken Samsung for the second place.

When it comes to matters of individual devices, 17% of Apple’s 29% market share came from the iPad 8, while 9% came from the 2020 iPad Air model.

The ongoing ship shortage has not seemed to impact sale of their Mac and iPads as much.

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