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  • During the 1980s, annual sales of desktop computers for officeuse grew at a rate of about 10% each year, from five million units to ten million units. And in theearly 1990s, annual sales increased dramatically, with home computer sales growing at 20%annually. Total sales surpassed twenty million units in the mid-90s, and are expected to approachforty million units by the end of the decade [according to a study by the consulting firm ], most of whichwill be platforms more sophisticated than today's Pentium [according to projections by BISStrategic Decisions].


    Apple Mac sales – additional information

    first launched the Macintosh, commonly known as Mac, in 1984. The product was considered revolutionary at the time, as it was the first personal computer targeting the consumer market. It was sold without a programming language and had an integral graphical user interface and mouse. The line of Apple’s Mac computers has evolved over time and, as of 2016, includes six Mac computer models – MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, iMac and Mac Pro – along with accessories and complementary products for these particular devices.

    Sales of Mac computers have consistently increased over the years, showing to be a rather stable yet growing source of revenue for the company. Apple grew its sales in both numbers – going from about 13.6 million units sold worldwide in 2010 to around 20.58 million in 2015 – and revenue. Mac computers sales went from generating about 17.4 billion U.S. dollars in revenues in 2010 to 25.4 billion U.S. dollars in 2015. Despite being a healthy business for Apple, Mac computers are far from being the most profitable products for Apple. With just over five billion U.S. dollars generated in revenues during the second quarter of 2016 (1Q ’16 calendar year), sales of Mac computers accounted for 10 percent of . This share has varied between nine percent and 15 percent since 2013.

    Apple's Mac OS X accounted for nine percent of the global in the end of 2015. Windows is a clear market leader and Apple’s main competitor in this market. Windows 7 is the most used computer operating system version of Windows, accounting for 43 percent of the market share. Along with Apple, Lenovo, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Dell, Asus and Acer are the leading as of 2015. Lenovo is the largest worldwide vendor of PCs, with a market share of around 20 percent.

  • A summary of the tax treatment of sales of computer software and computer software maintenance contracts both prior to and on or after October 1, 2009, .


    Apple Mac sales – additional information

    first launched the Macintosh, commonly known as Mac, in 1984. The product was considered revolutionary at the time, as it was the first personal computer targeting the consumer market. It was sold without a programming language and had an integral graphical user interface and mouse. The line of Apple’s Mac computers has evolved over time and, as of 2016, includes six Mac computer models – MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, iMac and Mac Pro – along with accessories and complementary products for these particular devices.

    Sales of Mac computers have consistently increased over the years, showing to be a rather stable yet growing source of revenue for the company. Apple grew its sales in both numbers – going from about 13.6 million units sold worldwide in 2010 to around 20.58 million in 2015 – and revenue. Mac computers sales went from generating about 17.4 billion U.S. dollars in revenues in 2010 to 25.4 billion U.S. dollars in 2015. Despite being a healthy business for Apple, Mac computers are far from being the most profitable products for Apple. With just over five billion U.S. dollars generated in revenues during the second quarter of 2016 (1Q ’16 calendar year), sales of Mac computers accounted for 10 percent of . This share has varied between nine percent and 15 percent since 2013.

    Apple's Mac OS X accounted for nine percent of the global in the end of 2015. Windows is a clear market leader and Apple’s main competitor in this market. Windows 7 is the most used computer operating system version of Windows, accounting for 43 percent of the market share. Along with Apple, Lenovo, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Dell, Asus and Acer are the leading as of 2015. Lenovo is the largest worldwide vendor of PCs, with a market share of around 20 percent.

  • Example: The Seller makes retail sales of prewritten computer software by allowing Purchasers to electronically download the prewritten computer software from Seller's website. In connection with the retail sale, the Purchaser discloses an address associated with the credit card used to pay for the prewritten computer software. This is the only location information the Seller receives from the Purchaser in connection with the retail sale. The Seller sources the retail sale to the jurisdiction of the address for the Purchaser associated with the credit card payment.

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Sales of software modification services and sales of computer system design services are not necessarily sourced in the same manner. Sales of software modification services relating to prewritten software generally should be sourced in the same manner as the software to which the services relate. The purchaser may use a method of apportionment reasonably designed to reflect the location of use of the modified software by the purchaser, where such method is consistent and uniform and is supported by the purchaser’s books and records. Generally, one or more MPUs that are provided for prewritten software and modifications to that software must use the same apportionment methodology.