In conjunction with its quarterly report for the final quarter of Apple’s fiscal year, Apple announced that the Mac accounted for sales of $9.0 billion, which is a new record.
The total sales of Macs for whole of Apple’s financial year 2020 are thus $28.6 billion, which is also a new record.
Now MacRumors reports that according to Apple themselves, the high sales figures are mainly due to the MacBook Pro.
Apple released a new 16in MacBook Pro during the first quarter of the fiscal year (Apple’s financial year begins in October and runs until the end of September) and an updated 13-inch MacBook Pro during its third quarter.
In addition, Apple also saw a great response from customers regarding the new MacBook Air in connection with the return to school.
In related news, according to Strategy Analytics Apple was the fourth largest seller of laptops in 2020.
In total, sales of Apple products that are not iPhones grew by 30 percent during the last quarter. This is despite the fact that limitations in the manufacturing chain have affected both the Mac, iPad and Apple Watch.
Find out more about Apple’s 4th quarter financial results.
Apple expects high demand for the silicon MacBooks it’s producing, want to know more? Read: How many silicon MacBooks Apple expects to sell.
Update January 2020 – Gartner has reported that Apple sold 31% more Macs in 2021
This article originally appeared on Macworld Sweden. Translation by Karen Haslam.