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Apple CFO Tim Cook details state of the Mac, 20.7% of U.S. consumer market share

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 6:51PM EST

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As is customary at every Apple event, the company provided a recap of where its business is before letting the world know where it is going. Steve Jobs handed the stage to CFO Tim Cook to provide that information on the Mac platform. Here are the highlights:

  • Mac makes up 33% of Apple’s revenue ($22 billion in FY 2009)
  • If Mac sales were made into their own company it would be #110 on Fortune 500 list
  • 13.7 million Macs were sold in FY 2010 (three times greater than those sold in 2005)
  • Mac OS X install-base is just shy of 50 million users
  • Last quarter Mac sales grew 27% year-over-year (market grew at 11%)
  • Mac U.S. consumer market share is 20.7%
  • 600,000 registered Mac developers, growing at 30,000 per month