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April 21, 2011

Apple's revenues grow by 83% YoY,while iPhone sales increase 113%

Apple reported a fantastic earning season with  $5.99 billion, or $6.40 a share, on revenue of $24.67 billion, representing 83% year-over-year growth , an acceleration over Apple's 71% growth during the December quarter.

This  has exceeded Wall Street 's expectation which was looking for Apple to report earnings of $5.37 a share on revenue of $23.38 billion. 

Now for all of us who has seen Apple's iPhone almost take over the smartphone market since the launch of iphone , digest this.According to Apple’s latest earning report, an entire half of Apple’s quarterly revenue that is 50%  is coming in from the iPhone and iPhone-related products. 

For context, Apple’s revenue a year ago was only $13.5 billion.
  • Apple sold 18.65 million iPhones in the March quarter, up 113 percent a year ago.The additional distribution by Verizon seems to have helped Apple increase their  volumes.. apart from AT and T sales channels

  • In fiscal Q4 2010, the iPhone accounted for roughly 33%. In Q1 2011, it was 39%.

  • This works out to roughly 12.3 billion dollars in revenue — or 50% — for the iPhone division alone.
  • Apple sold 3.76 million Macs in the March quarter, which was in increase of  28% year-over-year growth.
  • iPods: Apple sold 9.02 iPods in the quarter. Analysts were looking for about 10 million.

  • Apple sold 4.69 million iPads in the March quarter while  while 9.02  million iPod  were sold.
Apple's overall revenue for the quarter was $24.67 billion,For a company this size to grow this fast, and even accelerate growth, is astounding.
Key points from  CFO  Oppenheimer:
  • Mac sales have outperformed PC growth for 20 consecutive quarters. with MacBook Air and MacBook Pro  ramping  up sales . Mac channel inventory was between 3 and 5 weeks.
  • Americas and Asia iPhone sales doubled year over year. Apple has 186 carriers in 90 countries. iPhone channel inventory was 4 to 6 weeks
  • 88 percent of large enterprises deploying or testing iPhone.
  •  iPad, currently had distribution in 59 countries. “We sold every iPad 2 we could make in the quarter,” he said. He said CIOs continue to embrace the iPad.
  • Apple will open 40 new retail stores in 2011. Three quarters of those stores will be outside the U.S.

March 31, 2011

Online Music Buying Infographic

According to the latest Nielsen research, only 2.1 percent of the albums released in 2009 sold even 5,000 copies — that’s just 2,050 records out of nearly 100,000, and to fewer people than go to a small liberal arts college. As if that weren’t bad enough, even the bands who do move units end up paying through the nose, mouth, eyes and ears for management, legal fees, producers and other expenses, leaving most of them scrounging to pay for record advances and, if they can afford it, health care.
From the outside, it often sounds fun to be in a band. But before picking up that guitar or microphone, take a look at where the money from a record goes.

source : online mixing

March 12, 2011

March 11, 2011

The iPad Weekend :600,000 iPad 2 Up For Grabs

Infographic Comparison iPad 2 Vs iPad 1





























Businessweek reports that Apple Inc. may sell 600,000 of the second version of the iPad in its debut this weekend, extending the device’s lead in a crowding market.
 
The iPad 2 went on sale on Apple’s website at 4 a.m. New York time, and will appear at 5 p.m. in U.S. stores. Brian Marshall, an analyst at Gleacher & Co. who predicted more than a half-million in unit sales, is one of several who expect the iPad 2 to outpace its predecessor. Apple sold 300,000 of that version in 24 hours.

The iPad line is the fastest-selling technology product in history, measured by revenue, which topped $2 billion  revenue in less than three months, - a milestone the iPhone took more than six quarters to reach. The second version has a head start on rivals, .

The iPad 2 will be available at 236 Apple stores, which will close from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. to prepare for the release, Amy Bessette, a company spokeswoman said yesterday.
Apple’s new tablet also will be sold at more than 10,000 stores of AT&T Inc., Verizon Wireless, Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Best Buy Co. and Target Corp., according to Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster. It goes on sale in 26 other markets on March 25.

Last year, Apple had 221 stores and it sold the iPad through about 1,100 other outlets, according to Munster. Through December, it sold a total of 14.8 million iPads, generating $9.6 billion in sales.

According to the Consumer Electronics Association, tablets make up the fastest-growing consumer-electronics segment. In 2010, with the iPad’s introduction, total tablet sales surged to more than 10.3 million units, from 90,000 in 2009. That rate of adoption tops those of game consoles and smartphones,The cost is the same as the original version, starting at $499 for a base model with 16 gigabytes of memory. Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc.’s Xoom tablet costs $799 for 32 gigabytes -- $70 more than a comparable iPad.

February 11, 2011