At the event (Spring Loaded) on April 21, Apple CEO Tim Cook made it clear that sales of the M1 Mac lineup already accounted for most of the Macs and exceeded Macs with Intel processors.
At the last event, CEO Tim Cook said that it was possible to start an amazing start with the Apple Silicon M1 chip-based Mac, which was launched in November last year, and that it was reborn as a completely different class for all Macs with M1.
After the announcement, CEO Tim Cook said that the M1 lineup accounts for the majority of Mac sales. Although it did not indicate a specific number, as of the 21st, there are only three types of Macs, but it is a form that actually admitted that the M1-based Mac exceeded the total of the total of five types of Intel chip-equipped 16-inch and 13-inch MacBook Pro, 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMac, and high-end Mac Pro.
Recently, the iMac Pro and some of the Intel iMacs have been discontinued, so there is a feeling that the Intel Mac is being treated at a disadvantage, but the M1 Mac is better than ever, as Tim Cook says, and there is no doubt that it supports the Mac business. I can. Related information can be found here.