iPhone and iPad Represent Two-Thirds of Apple’s Sales

July 19, 2011 10:33 pm

It is strange to think about this: more than two-thirds of Apple’s sales come from iPhone and iPad, neither of which existed in 2011.

“More than two-thirds of Apple’s business now comes from iOS devices, which only came into existence 4 years ago.

With $13.3 billion in iPhone revenue during the June quarter and $6 billion in iPad revenue, that’s 67% of Apple’s $28.6 billion in overall sales — and that doesn’t even include the iPod touch.

A year ago during the June quarter, the iPhone and iPad represented 48% of Apple’s overall sales.”

Statistics Source: splatf

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1 Comment for “iPhone and iPad Represent Two-Thirds of Apple’s Sales”

  1. The Intranet

    “It is strange to think about this: more than two-thirds of Apple’s sales come from iPhone and iPad, *neither of which existed in 2011.*”

    I beg to differ. 😉

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