There have been numerous complaints made about Apple’s new MacBook Pros. Whether it be that the specs aren’t as good as the competition, or that it is too expensive, or that it didn’t meet expectations, we’ve heard it all. However it seems that despite the complaints, Apple’s MacBook Pros are apparently outselling the competition.
This is according to a report from Slice Intelligence in which based on the numbers that they’ve managed to gather, the MacBook Pro has managed to generate more revenue than any other laptop that has been sold in 2016. As you can see in the graph above, within 5 days the new MacBook Pros have generated almost five times the sales compared to the 2015 Surface Book.
It has also generated almost ten times the sales of the ASUS Chromebook Flip, the Dell Inspiron 2-in-1, and the Lenovo Yoga 900. It also seems that the new MacBook Pros are on track to outdo the 12-inch Retina MacBook which has been on sale since way back in 2015, so that’s saying a lot.
While we can’t be sure of the accuracy of the numbers, Apple has confirmed that the new MacBook Pros have received the most online orders than any other laptop the company has released to date. We are also hearing reports that Apple has been aggressively placing orders in their supply chain to meet the demand. So it looks like despite the grievances that customers might have had at the start, Apple’s new laptops are actually off to a pretty good start.