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November 2, 2016

apple product lines by revenue : 2016 to 2018

"apple product lines by revenue : 2016 to 2018"


 
The iPhone will continue to be apple's chief cash cow in the years to come, till 2018. The three apple products will constitute 65% of   base of revenue of apple powered by  Apple's  best selling products the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. These  products have modeled to increase at a 3.8% CAGR into 2020. While iPhone will continue to be Apple’s main source of revenue, accountable for more then 60% of total revenue. The new products and services such as the Apple Watch and Apple Music will drive the incremental revenue growth for the entire company going forward.




February 24, 2013

iPhone 5 Sales by US States : Infographic
















iQmetrix, the leading provider of retail management software for the North American wireless industry, today released statistics on smartphones purchased since the iPhone 5’s Sept. 21 launch (Sept. 21 to Oct. 7, 2012). iQmetrix sampled data from nearly 7,000 independent wireless retailers across North America revealing year-over-year (YoY) buying trends from 2011 and 2012. (See full infographic below.)

Highest regions for iPhone 5 sales were Canada (31.7 percent of all smartphones) and the Western U.S. (24.3 percent of all smartphones). Lowest regions were the Northeastern U.S. (18.0 percent) and the Midwestern U.S. (11.6 percent).

October 27, 2012

iPhone sales grow 58%,iPad sales exceed 14million in Q3,2012




The iPhone  sales machine does not show any drastic signs of slowing down as  results from Apple's Q3,2012  sales report shows that it has sold 26.9 million iPhones, up 58% from the year-earlier period and above analyst predictions of between 24 million and 26 million. The quarter, which ended Sept. 29, included about a week of sales of Apple's new iPhone 5. Apple sold 14 million iPads, up 26% from last year but below many estimates.


The iPad grew shipments at 26% y/y but “sales” as measured by sell-through were up 44%.
Overall, the company's revenue rose 27% in the quarter ending in September, while profit rose 24%. But the iPhone numbers, slightly higher than analysts were expected, weren't enough for investors to cheer. Also weighing on them: lower-than-expected iPad sales and concerns about the company's profit margins. Apple issued revenue guidance for the quarter ending in December of $52 billion, about $3 billion below analysts' expectations.

September 24, 2012

iPhone 5 first weekend sales are just statistics


Apple® today announced it has sold over five million of its new iPhone® 5, just three days after its launch on September 21, and more than 100 million iOS devices have been updated w



So how good  number is that?  Apple sold 5 million iPhone5s in its first weekend, up from 4 million iPhone 4Ss last year. Is this the biggest and larget selling products of all times

This number isn’t 10 million or even 8 million or 6 million, so some are saying that it’s “WORSE THAN EXPECTED” or “verydisappointing”. his is well below what Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster was calling for. He predicted 6-10 million for the opening weekend.

However  whatever analysts has to say on the first week sales, for a company of Apple size
One week of sale  hardly makes a difference   as Splatf explains. Some of the reasons why the iphone sales in the opening week are just statistics are

For the real story, you need to think about supply anddemand, and once again, demand surpassed supply.
Mobile is a complicated industry where 2-year contracts often dictate purchase decisions.
First-weekend sales just aren’t that important relative to an iPhone’s lifetime sales.
iPhone 5 is available in the US, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and the UK, and will be available in 22 more countries on September 28 and more than 100 countries by the end of the year

July 12, 2012

250million iPhones sold in 5 Years , 50% Sold in last 18 Months


n less than 5 years, the iPhone has become Apple’s most important product: in the 2011 fiscal year, iPhone revenue amounted to 47 billion U.S. dollars, representing more than 40 percent of Apple's total revenue. In the third quarter of 2011, 15 percent of all smartphones sold to end users were phones with the iOS operating system


The Above data published by Asymco shows Apple's Employment chart during the  5 Years of iPhone production.Apple created a total of 35,852 retail jobs



Apple Has Shipped 250 Million iPhones In The Past Five Years - Business Insider: "Apple has shipped 250 million iPhones worldwide since the product launched back in 2007, according to new data from Strategy Analytics, a global research firm.

While the first five years have been good for the iPhone, Strategy Analytics suggests the next five could prove to be more challenging as carriers rethink the cost of subsidizing the phone and Apple faces greater competition from companies like Samsung."

 Apple is looking to expand into new markets abroad, perhaps most notably by partnering with China Mobile, a wireless carrier with more than 650 million subscribers. And Apple is expanding into new markets at home by finally making the iPhone available on the prepaid market.

In terms of  contribution to American Economy In the five years since the iPhone launched, Apple created a total of 35,852 retail jobs.Some of those jobs came from new store openings. The total store count went from 172 to 361, more than doubling. But the growth in employment was faster: from about 6400 to 42,200, more than quintupling. This is reflected in the total number of employees per store which increased from 37 in Q1 2007 to 117 in Q1 2012.

February 20, 2012

Apple's China Story Falls Apart,as the iPhone gets knocked from No 1 to No 5




Source: StatCounter Global Stats - Mobile Vendor (Beta) Market Share

While Apple became the world's largest smartphone vendor late last year, with a market share rise from 15.8% a year earlier to 23.8%, it slipped to fifth place in China, according to report released Wednesday by research firm Gartner.
As Chinese firms gradually shift toward the higher end of the market, Apple fell to fifth place in the country and was overtaken by domestic low-end smartphone maker ZTE. Apple's share of the Chinese smartphone market slid to 7.5%, from 10.4% for the July-September period of last year.
 "Chinese handset makers  have been have been actively promoting their smartphones with China's three telecoms operators, and local vendors like  ZTE and Huawei  stood to gain gain significant market share. Samsung replaced  Nokia with 24.3 per cent of the market, more than three times Apple's share. Nokia's market share more than halved last year, from above 40 % in  first quarter to below one fifth by the fourth quarter 2011. Gartner attributed ZTE's considerable success — 71 percent growth sequentially — to strong consumer interest in low-cost smartphones.
In the first quarter of last year, ZTE had a market share of just 3 percent, but ended 2011 ranked 4th with more than 11 percent market share.

January 27, 2012

With 37 million iPhones and 15 million iPads,Apple sales rise 73%







Apple reported quarterly profit that more than doubled as holiday purchases of the iPhone catapulted sales to a record. Apple sales  rose 73%, to $46.3 billion. Apple sold about 37 million iPhones; the previous record was 20.34 million. Customers snapped up the 4S, which went on sale in October, a week after the death of co-founder Steve Jobs. The results mark the first time the company's quarterly revenue topped Hewlett-Packard Co.'s
In December, about 45% of U.S. shoppers who bought a smartphone in the previous three months said they purchased an iPhone, up from 25% in a study done two months earlier, 

Apple sold 15.4 million iPads, topping the 13.5 million projected by analysts. iPhone sales on average were predicted to reach 30.2 million.

Apple as as of  Jan,2012 controls  62% of the tablet market in the third quarter, according to researcher IDC.The popularity of the iPad and iPhone has also buoyed Apple 's line of Mac computers. The company sold 5.2 million Macs in the first quarter, vs. 4.9 million in the previous quarter.

October 10, 2011

iPhone 4S Pre Orders ! One Million and Counting


iOS 5 includes a new Messages feature for sending messages to other iOS devices for free, no texting required.





iOS 5 is the new version of Apple's mobile OS. It includes revamped notifications, a new Messages feature and deep integration with Twitter.






One of the Most Important feature in iPhone4s is the voice controlled "Intelligent Assistant that can complete tasks based on natural language.

Allaying any doubts that the iPhone 4S will be a big seller, Apple announced pre-orders for the new model topped 1 million in 24 hours, which breaks the previous single-day record of 600,000 for the iPhone 4.

In a press release posted on Apple.com — the company’s first public statement since Steve Jobs’s death — Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, said he was “blown away” by the consumer response to the iPhone 4S.

Apple began taking pre-orders on the phone on Friday, three days after the company introduced it in a press conference and two days after Jobs died. The iPhone 4S will go on sale in the U.S. at 8 a.m. local time on Friday, Oct. 14. The phone comes in black and white and will be available for a suggested retail price of $199 for the 16 GB model, $299 for the 32 GB version and $399 for the 64 GB model.

The strong pre-orders come after some, who expected an iPhone 5, were underwhelmed by Apple’s iPhone 4S announcement. However, Apple’s deviation from its usual iPhone shipping schedule — new phones have been announced every summer since 2007 until now — has created pent-up demand for the device.

October 4, 2011

iPhone 5 Launch Day Sales Expected at 1.7 Million









Iphone  Sales  per Quarter
Apple's reported decision to release a new iPhone in the fall, as opposed to the summer, will deliver massive sales, writes RBC analyst Mike Abramsky in a note.

RBC surveyed 2,200 consumers and found "unprecedented demand," with 31% of consumers very/somewhat likely to buy an iPhone 5, which is stronger than the 25% of consumers that were very/somewhat likely to buy an iPhone 4, when RBC did the same sort of survey before it launched.

 Sources in the Industry says that Apple's delay could cause a bigger upgrade from existing iPhone owners, since the iPhone 4 is 15 months old. He says 66% of existing iPhone owners are very/somewhat likely to buy a new iPhone.

If Apple  manages to sell 110 million iPhones, it will generates $140 billion in sales overall, and earns $34.50 per share for fiscal 2012. Apple reported $12.3 billion in iPhone sales last quarter, half of its overall revenue, and up 126% year-over-year.

Wall Street analysts are already predicting record first day sales for Apple’s iPhone 5.
Demand and anticipation for a new iPhone is always high, but thanks to a 16-month gap between the release of the iPhone 4 and its successor, customers are more excited about the iPhone 5 than ever.

In 2010, the iPhone 4 moved 1.7 million units in its first three days of release and was Apple’s most successful product launch ever. Apple's iPhone has gone from zero to half of Apple's revenue in less than 4 years.

The real story for Apple continues to be the iPhone which did $13.3 billion in sales for the quarter. The iPhone and iPad are now 66% of Apple's sales, impressive considering how relatively new the products are.

The End of The Wait For The iPhone 5 : Rumors, Roadblocks and Release


PCMag  published this Infographic  created by  allareacodes , on the rumors and speculation on the Apple  iPhone 5 wait for launch. This couls be very likely as the Biggest wait for any  release of consumer electronics device  and as a change Apple didn't reveal a new iPhone at WWDC 2011, instead using it to announce the new iCloud and iOS 5.

The iPhone 5 media Coverage across print and digital has been ground breaking  this includes a lot of rumors, speculation and hype  for the last 15 Months   with some rumors having  more credibility than others. It's confusing for all, but fortunately the folks over at AllAreaCodes have created a nifty infographic listing out key iPhone 5 rumors and when they began.The first rumor, according to this graph, dates back to November 2010 and claims Apple will include a near field communications (NFC) chip in the next iPhone, which would let users transmit information between devices; NFC is one form of technology that powers mobile payments.
Afterwards, people quibbled over everything from the launch date (June, September, October, November?) to carrier support (T-Mobile and Sprint too?) to the curvature of the outer casing (teardrop or box-shaped?).

 And in the leadup to Apple's iPhone event on Tuesday,  the rumors have become more sophisticated to include details like what sort of 4G network it'll run on and the extent of voice recognition it'll pack. Click here for more recent iPhone 5 rumors not included below, as well as PCMag's own speculation over What the iPhone 5 might look like and Six Amazing Phone Technologies We Want in iPhone 5.

41% of Mobile Users To Buy Apple iPhone 5


The iPhone 5  invitation is made up of icons from Apple iOS operating system that powers the iPhone. It includes a Calendar icon with the date of Tuesday, Oct. 4, a Clock displaying the time as 10:00, the Maps icon pinpointed on the company's Cupertino headquarters, and a Phone displaying one missed call. "Let's talk iPhone," it reads.
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Some pictures of iPhone 5 Leaked images show the  front and back cover of iPhone 5



Two new studies have revealed rising interest in Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 5 from North American and UK mobile users at the expense of rival mobile platforms from Google and Research in Motion.


One study conducted by mobile ad network InMobi reveals that 41% of mobile phone users in U.S., Mexico and Canada want to buy the iPhone 5 in the future. Of those interested in the device, 50% would purchase it in the first six months after launch.

The same survey suggests that customer interest will be significantly lower in case Apple announces a softer iPhone update, “akin to the 3GS version of the iPhone that Apple released in 2009.” In this instance fewer than 15% of mobile users would buy such a device.

Analyzing customer retention and new users, InMobi says its data indicates that 51% of current iPhone owners would switch to the iPhone 5 but that only 11% of them would choose a so-called iPhone 4S.

As for current BlackBerry & Android users, 52% and 27%, respectively, said they would choose the iPhone 5. In the event Apple announces only an iPhone 4S model, fewer BlackBerry and Android device owners would be likely to make the switch to iOS – 28% and 11%, respectively.

In a second study covering the UK, research firm InMobi found similar responses.

For instance, 39% of mobile users in that study said they want to buy an iPhone 5 with 48% of them committed to purchasing the device in the first six months from launch. Only 12% of them said they'd buy an iPhone 4S.

At the same time, 62% of UK iPad users said they plan to purchase a iPhone 5, while 45% of BlackBerry users and 24% of Android device owners said they would purchase the upcoming handset. Interest in an iPhone 4S was also significantly lower in the UK market, at 25%, 7% and 18%, respectively.

When asked what potential features of a new iPhone they'd find most appealing, survey respondents said they'd want “improved battery life, increased processing speed, higher-quality screen resolution and stronger phone service.”

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.