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Mac shipments grew 13.2% in the third quarter of 2020 year over year, according to a new report from Canalys. That's slightly better than the overall PC market which is said to have grown 12.7% year over year to reach 79.2 million units.
This is the highest growth the market has seen in the past 10 years. After a weak Q1, the recovery in Q2 continued into Q3 this year, and it even grew on top of a strong market the previous year. Global notebook shipments touched 64 million units (almost as much as the record high of Q4 2011 when notebook shipments were 64.6 million) as demand continued to surge due to second waves of COVID-19 in many countries and companies continued to invest in longer-term transitions to remote working. Shipments of notebooks and mobile workstations grew 28.3% year-on-year. This contrasted with desktop and desktop workstations, which saw shipments shrink by 26.0%.
Lenovo took the top spot in Q3 with growth of 11.4% and over 19 million units shipped. In second, HP grew 11.9% and shipped 18.7 million units. In third, Dell declined 0.5%. Apple came in fourth with 13.2% growth and Acer took fifth with 15% growth.

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