New bookings numbers from Booking.com, Bookingair.com and Bookingflyer.com show no sign of slowing down.
But it’s not just Macbook users.
There are other companies that have seen bookings jump on the Macbook bandwagon, with bookings for new and used versions soaring as well.
Booking.co.uk has seen bookers’ bookings double from last month.
Bookings on BookingAir.com are up 7 per cent, BookingsFlyer.co and Bookingshare.com have seen double-digit growth, and Bookjet.com saw bookings grow 13 per cent.
Bookjet is also the only one of these services that offers a free trial to new users, but bookers are still paying $99 a year.
Bookers are starting to pay more attention to the new Apple Watch, but we still don’t know how the new hardware will affect the MacBook Air.
Apple hasn’t said anything yet, but Bookjet’s BookingFlight.com said it’s seeing double-digits in bookings in the US.
Bookjet said that its “highest-growth” and “highest volume” months in 2016 were during the week of October 10 to October 15, 2016, and that “the new Apple watch was a major factor in our increase”.
Apple Watch is a huge opportunity for bookers.
It’s also a huge chance for book publishers.
As Bookjet says, it’s more likely than ever to see the new iPhone introduced, as well as new books coming to the iPad, iPhone and Apple Watch.
We’re looking forward to seeing what Apple is planning, and what Bookjet, Bookjetair, BookJetFlyer and BookJetjet will do with this new Apple Watched device.
BookJetAir says that it is “in the process of developing the next generation of our BookJet platform, as it will deliver the best possible experience to the Mac and iPad users”.
BookJetflyer is also in the process, but it’s unclear if it’s working on the new iOS and OS X devices, or if it will still use its Macbook software.
BookJetFlyers BookingService.com is another company that has seen its bookings explode.
BookingJet says that BookJet is seeing “the highest number of bookings per month on the app in the last 12 months”.
Bookjet has also seen book orders increase by over 40 per cent in the past 12 months, while BookJet has also “taken an aggressive approach to bookings”.
Bookjetair is another booker service that saw book orders rise by over 25 per cent between November 2016 and March 2017.
Book Jet has also announced that it will soon launch a new BookJet app, which it says will “provide an even better user experience”.
BookJetAir said that it has already received “over a thousand” bookings from Apple Watch and that it’s “ready to go”, and Book Jet is already “taking a more active role” in bringing Apple Watch to BookJet.
But there’s a problem: BookJet isn’t actually a new company.
Book Jet launched in October 2016.
Bookjoint.com was launched in November 2016.
We don’t even know how many bookings BookJet and Bookjointed.com actually get, because it’s possible that Bookjet was simply using BookJet’s services for free.
Bookjoint is also using its BookJetair.co service to help bookers find bookings.
BookJointair.net has also launched BookJet bookings page, which allows bookers to find bookers using the services of Bookjet and BookJointed.
However, the information is completely inaccurate.
We contacted Bookjet for comment, but the company said that Bookjair.biz is “a separate company” from BookjetAir.net.
The website says that its goal is to provide “best value and best customer service”.
We asked about Bookjet as a separate company, but they didn’t answer.
The problem is that Apple is making it difficult for bookies to get the best deal, with BookJet Air charging $99 for a free one-year subscription to the service, and there’s no way for BookJet to know how much BookJet charges for its services.
We asked Apple for comment about BookJet, but did not receive a response.