Global PC shipments decreased by 15% from the previous year to 74.3 million units, Apple only increased by 40%
Research firm IDC has released a report on PC shipments for the third quarter of 2022. Worldwide PC shipments were 74.3 million units, down 15% from the same period last year. However, under such circumstances, only Apple seems to win alone, with an increase of 40.2% compared to the same period last year and a 5% increase in market share.
Worldwide PC Shipments Decline Another 15.0% in the Third Quarter of 2022, According to IDC Tracker
Global shipments of traditional PCs totaled 74.3 million units during Q3 2022, a year-over-year decline of 15.0%, according to preliminary results from the IDC Worldwide Quarterly Personal Computing Device Tracker. https://t.co/cyVl11k4M1 pic.twitter .com/BjyKLAyNEm—IDC (@IDC) October 10, 2022
According to IDC, the total number of PC shipments in the third quarter of 2022 is 74,252,000 units. This is a 15% decrease compared to the same period last year, but since the end of support for Windows 7 is near, there is a demand for updating commercial equipment, and it is said that the number is higher than before the pandemic.
By manufacturer, Lenovo (22.7%) has the top share, and the number of units decreased by 16.1% from the same period last year to 16.88 million units. The second largest share is HP (17.1%), and the number of units decreased by 27.8% from the same period last year to 12,076,000 units. The third largest share is Dell (16.1%), and the number of units decreased by 21.2% from the same period last year to 11,963,000 units. While the top three companies greatly dropped the number of shipments, Apple (13.5%), which ranked fourth in market share, increased the number significantly to 10 million 6000 units, an increase of 40.2% compared to the same period last year.
|enterprise||2022 Q3 shipments||Q3 2022 Market Share||2021 Q3 shipments||Q3 2021 Market Share||growth rate|
|Lenovo||16.88 million units||22.7%||20129 thousand units||23.1%||-16.1%|
|HP||12,076,000 units||17.1%||17.603 million units||20.2%||-27.8%|
|Dell||11,963,000 units||16.1%||15,184,000 units||17.4%||-21.2%|
|Apple||10 million 6000 units||13.5%||7,174,000 units||8.2%||40.2%|
|ASUS||5.54 million units||7.5%||6,011,000 units||6.9%||-7.8%|
|others||17.103 million units||23.0%||21.218 million units||24.3%||-19.4%|
|total||74,252,000 units||100%||87,319,000 units||100%||-15.0%|
According to Lin Huang, research vice president of devices and displays at IDC, shortages over the past few years have led to an aggressive shift in product mix toward premium models, while also increasing component and distribution costs. As a result, the average selling price has increased for five consecutive quarters, reaching $ 910 (about 130,000 yen) in the first quarter of 2022. However, due to declining demand and full-scale promotions, prices have started to fall from the second quarter of 2022, indicating a decline in the market.
in Hardware, Posted by logc_nt