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May 12, 2015

ipad vs iphone vs mac vs ipod contribution to apple’s revenue

"ipad vs iphone vs mac vs ipod contribution to apple's revenue"
apples revenue by product category: ipad vs iphone vs mac vs itunes

The iphone  has been apple’s bread and butter then back in 2013 , which continues to remain so even in 2015.The data shows apples product shipments and how they contribute to its revenue.  Apples itunes ecosystem continue to rake in the dollars, the only exception seems to be the case of ipad whose contribution is slipped by a huge margin in 2015, q1 and q2

April 29, 2015

Apple’s impressive Q1,2015 sees 38% profit growth, with 70% of its revenue coming from iphones

iphone  contributes to 70% apple revenue
Apple’s latest earning report for Q1,2015 shows “iPhone sales  have been growing at a ridiculous  high  rate , and iphones now accounts for around 70% or two-thirds of Apple’s revenue. Macs continue to grow at a respectable rate. However apple’s hold on iPads continue to weaken and take another sharp year-over-year tumble. Meanwhile apple grew its profit by over 38% and revenue by over 29% in Q1,2015  amidst notching up another impressive quarterly result.Apple broke quarterly records  in 2015, Q1 with $18 billion in profit and $74.6 billion in revenue, compared to $13.1 billion in profit and $57.6 billion in revenue in Q1 of 2014

Apple reveals its ipod sales in US

Statistic: Apple iPod Touch sales in the United States from 3rd quarter 2007 to 2nd quarter 2012 (in 1,000 units) | Statista

 This chart from statista shows Apple iPod touch sales in the United States from the third quarter of 2007 to the second quarter of 2012 .The Apple  iPod was released first in 2001 and since  the initial release, the iPod has developed and evolved and at present there are 4 different versions available on the market: the iPad Nano, iPod Shuffle, iPod touch and iPod classic. While the market for MP3 players has been declining Apple has and continues to dominate sales and market share in this area  . During the above time Apple has sold 46.5 million iPod touch units in the US between the device’s introduction in 2007 and the second quarter of 2012

March 8, 2015

Apple’s BlockBusters 3Ps : iPod vs iPhone vs iPad sales from 2007 to 2014

comparison chart of iPod sales vs Ipad sales vs IPad sales

Apple Product Portfolio by  Sales  : iPhone vs iPod vs iPad

iPod Sales Since the introduction of the  new iPod touch along with iPhone in June 2007, sales of the iPod have seen  decline from 10 million units per quarter on average to less than 3 million in  3rd quarter of 2014. That was bound to happen as  the new features of iPod  is integrated across iphone  and iPad models

iPhone Sales :Meanwhile there has been no bigger product that has been sold more across the world than Apple’s iPhone.Globally  Apple has sold 150 million  iPhone’s in 2013 . As of  the FY2014 ending  March  500 million iPhone units  have been sold   worldwide 

 iPad Sales :There have been five versions of the iPad to date and as of June 2014, there have been over 200 million iPads sold worldwide since its release. I

October 19, 2014

The Sound of Music 2014 :Americans Votes for their favorite music places

The state of music: Americans vote for " how much time they spent on music
In a world where technology is reshaping consumer habits, music continues to be the soundtrack of our daily lives

Nielsen Music 360:  Study tracks Consumers engagement with music, as Americans Make Music Their Top Entertainment Choice.

“In a digitally fragmented world of smartphones, tablets and gadgets, the two devices which has almost faded into oblivion post the era of wired gizmos are 1) watch 2) music ..While Mobile/Smartphones have replaced a wrist watch which was once seen to be a status symbol, the fading away of music has been more spectcular, from a tape recorders, to a CD, then DVD, the Mp3 and Mp4 compression techniques enabled more than 1000 songs, movies and videos to be miniaturized and stored across cross platform devices which could be plugged into a USB and heart anywhere.. Music was instantly transported anywhere you wanted, in your car, during your road trip, walking down the streets,in the loo, at the movie theatres ( in case you happen to read a review from one of the websites 
As Music becomes apart of our daily life Music 360 2014, Nielsen’s third annual in-depth tracks the study of the tastes, habits and preferences of U.S. music listeners, 93% of the country’s population listens to music, spending more than 25 hours each week tuning into their favorite tunes. For hundreds of millions of Americans, this means that music is their top form of entertainment. When surveyed about their activities in the past year, 75% of respondents said they actively chose to listen to music, even ahead of watching television at 73%.”


October 16, 2014

iOS 8 vs iOS 7 : Whyi OS is late in driving more adoption

Infographic:  iOS 8 Still Powers Less Than 50% of iDevices | Statista

You will find more statistics at Statista

According to data from Mixpanel, iOS 8 is spreading slowly, particularly when compared with its predecessors. While iOS7 powered nearly 60 percent of iPhones, iPads and iPods a mere seven days on from its release, Apple’s latest operating system is installed on less than 50 percent of devices 28 days on from its release.

August 3, 2013

iPhones Outsells iPad in Q3,2013 ,as iPads reach saturation Point

Apple sold 31.2m iPhones and 14.6m iPads in Q3 2013, up 20% and down 14.1% year-over-year respectively According to those figures, the company’s iPhone sales were up 20 percent year-over-year while its iPad sales were down 14.1 percent year-over-year.

Last quarter, Apple sold 37.4 million iPhones and 19.5 million iPads, but the only worthy comparison is year-over-year. In Q3 2012, Apple sold fewer phones but more tablets than this quarter: 26 million iPhones and 17 million iPads.

June 11, 2013

App Store Downloads Crosses 50billion, more than $10billion paid to developers

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off today, and as usual, the keynote began with a bunch of Apple stats.
Before showing a video of the company’s latest retail store opening in Berlin, CEO Tim Cook revealed that a million people went to Apple’s retail stores per day last year. They now have 47 stores around the world in 14 countries. This particular store was opened in a hundred-year-old building.
On the digital side of things, Cook announced that people have downloaded 50 billion apps from the App Store. There are currently 900,000 apps in the store, and 93% of them, he said, are downloaded every month.
 Here are Some interesting App Store Numbers and Data that reveals ” How Apple managed to change the Mobile Content Ecosystem

  • There are now 900,000 apps in the app store, with 375,000 of those  optimized for the iPad. 
  • Out of those 900,000 apps, 93% are downloaded every month. That’s up from 700,000 apps announced at the September 2012 iPhone 5 event
  • Apple Crossed the 50 billion apps downloaded from the store, in May 2013
  • So far Apple has paid out $10 billion to developers, with $5 billion paid out in the last year alone.
  •  Apple claims that this makes up 74 percent of total app download revenue across all mobile 

May 31, 2013

Apple launches new iPod Touch, as it breaks the 100million mark

Apple launched
a new entry level iPod Touch early Thursday, and also quietly confirmed that they’ve sold 100 millon of the portable media devices since launching the line in 2007.
Both announcements came, well, without announcements of any sort; the new iPod quietly appeared in Apple’s online store last night, and company spokespeople mentioned the sales milestone in a conversation with blogger Jim Dalrymple. There isn’t a related press release to be found.

The $229 device features the same slim form factor, A5 chip, 4″ Retina display and iOS 6 operating system as Apple’s other Touch models, but lacks the rear-facing camera and larger storage capacities of the previous Touches. Available only in one configuration (16GB of storage paired with a black & silver finish), the newest iPod will ship within 24 hours and be available in Apple retail stores tomorrow.

October 22, 2012

The Apple Reality Distortion: Left Brain vs Right Brain

In 2011 Apple made $13 billion — second only to ExxonMobil’s  record-setting $14.8 billion quarter from the fall of 2008, when oil prices were at an all-time high.Apple has crossed the $400 billion,$500 billion and $600 billion marks — all in 2012 — as the stock has soared 64% this year in 2012
The above infographic is from the market research firm Ask Your Target Market (AYTM) which tries to Analyse how Apple induces relative distortion amongs it users vs ” how consumers  react ” scientifically when it compares products via left brain or right brain ( emotion vs logic) 
The Most Apple Fans are of two types, those who love Apple and those who hate to love Apple. No other consumer electronic companies have had the fan following of Apple .. and  even if a part of it  was due to their founder and chief  Steve Jobs, today Apple has grown  into a Mind Boggling Corporation that ”  is among the top 10 corporates in the world in terms of revenue
Research survey indicates( via Mashable ) that  48% of U.S. adults who’ve never owned an Apple device probably don’t think Apple products are insanely great, but point to Apple aficionados as simply insane. Others in that group just plain can’t afford Apple’s expensive baubles.

October 5, 2012

The Post Steve Jobs Technology Era :Tributes on first death Anniversary

An image illustration  of ” Steve Jobs” made from Apple Products

A Video from Apple on Steve Jobs first death anniversary 

Tribute to Steve Jobs from Apple CEO Tim Cook on this first death anniversary 
The Apple domination of Consumer Technology 28 months after the launch of iPhone and iPad

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September 27, 2012

The Apple Stock Price vs Apple Product Launch

Apple’s stock price capped off an impressive run by hitting a 52 week high of $188 a share, though it eventually closed out the trading day at $185 a share. The chart below, courtesy of BusinessInsider,  highlights Apple’s run to 180 over the past 11 or so months, and how varying Apple related events impacted the share price, for better or worse.

The first 4 charts  by statista shows how the Apple Stock performed over  the last 5 years specially during its product lauches  for iPod. Iphone , iphone 3, Iphone 4GS and iPad , iPad 2 and iPad 3 and now iPhone 5

September 12, 2012

Why iPhone 5 Blows away Competition by miles

The most awaited consumer electronics device this  year unfolded today as Apple launched their much hyped much anticipated iPhone 5 and by the initial reports, iPhone 5 has blown past all expectations and  the latest model is  expected to  cross sales numbers which may be 25% to 40% higher than what the market  had expected. 

Apple’s newly unveiled iPhone 5 is the thinnest smartphone on the market and the lightest iPhone yet, all while packing in a taller 4-inch Retina display and high-speed 4G LTE connectivity. It launches first on Sept. 21. 

The new iPhone and iPods are re-formed from the gutsto the skin: Faster processors, faster connection speeds, better cameras, more microphones, new connectors, taller displays, and they’re thinner and lighter to boot. 

The iPhone 5 new screen has 44 percent better color saturation, with full sRGB rendering. Another major feature of the new iPhone is 4G LTE connectivity, which allows for the fastest mobile connections available. The iPhone 5 also sports a dynamic antenna that switches between connections seamlessly. Image capture is said to be 40 percent faster, while a new image processor in the A6 promises to reduce noise and accomplish better color matching. The rear camera will record 1080p high-definition video and has improved video stabilization. The forward-facing FaceTime HD camera also records 720p video, and has backside illumination.

September 1, 2012

Steve Jobs Turnaround at Apple Depicted in Charts

Dan Dummer has charted out a great  Post showing Apple Financial performance under Steve Jobs  at  Splatf goes without saying that Steve Jobs’ effect on Apple was profound. You don’t call a guy the best corporate leader in history for nothing. But just how dramatically did Steve turn Apple around in the 14 years after Gil Amelio got the boot?  The chart shows exactly that 
Based on this comparison of Apple’s 10-Q report from the June quarter of 1997 — right before Jobs started to increase his role at Apple — and Apple’s most recent quarterly results, it’s pretty amazing

image source : Splatf

March 14, 2012

A Decade of Apple’s Revenue Blockbusters:The Story in Charts

Apple’s product Mix and Unit sales compared : 2002 to 2012

Apple’s  revenue comparison  : 2009 to 2012 

Apple’s  revenues  by segment  ( ipod, iphone, mac, iTunes, peripherals )comparison :
A Decade Apple’s Revenues vs  profits 

Apple’s Revenue per  product line :

data source : Barefigures