The above graph represents worldwide Apple revenue by year, starting from fiscal 1993 to the most recent year. In fiscal 2018, Apple posted its highest-ever revenue of $265,595 million ($265.6 billion), globally. That’s an impressive 16% YoY increase. The growth was primarily driven by the first quarter when Apple’s quarterly revenue reached an all-time high of $88,293 million ($88.3 billion).
Apple Revenue by Year: History
It is important to note that Apple generates a majority of its revenue and earnings from its international operations. In fiscal 1993, the company posted annual revenue of $7,977 million (~ 8 billion), with a year-over-year increase of 12.6%. After two years, in fiscal 1995, the company achieved $10 billion annual revenue milestone for the first time. However, after that, the annual revenue started declining till fiscal 2005 when it again crossed $10 billion mark. Apple generated $13,931 million ($13.9 billion) in fiscal 2005, registering 68% YoY growth.
|Source||Apple Annual Reports, SEC Filings|
|Last Updated||31 July 2019|
|Note||Apple financial year – October 1 to September 30|
It was the first time in fiscal 2010 when Apple annual revenue crossed $50 billion mark. The revenue increased a whopping 52% YoY to $65,225 million ($65.2 billion), globally.
In fiscal 2015, Apple annual revenue crossed $200 billion mark for the first time in history. The company generated $233,715 million ($233.7 billion) in revenue, with a whopping 28% YoY growth.
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