In recent news the iPad saw the biggest growth among all of Apple’s product categories during the quarter—which the company attributed to demand from remote work and education—while the iPhone business also saw modest growth, driven by demand for the second-generation iPhone SE.
On iPad during the quarter, “we saw very strong double-digit growth for these devices this quarter,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said during the company’s call with analysts. “This remarkable performance came in spite of supply constraints on both products. We’re working hard to get more iPads and Macs into customers’ hands as quickly as possible, recognizing how integral they have become to working and learning from home.”
Today we assisted our client Attorney Maurice Powe with the selection and purchase of an iPad for family who resides in Louisiana with an in-person consultation via appointment in which I discovered in real time that iPad select models are on backorder due to the high demand as outlined in this post.
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