Apple Statistics: Facts & Figures

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Company Name: Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)
Founded: 1 April 1976, Cupertino, United States

  1. Apple iPhone X has been the world’s best-selling smartphone model since its launch. (S)
  2. Apple iPhone X accounted for 42.23% of total revenue contributed by iPhones in fiscal Q2 2018. (S)
  3. In FY 2017, Apple India generated 10X the annual profits of Xiaomi. (S)
  4. Apple iPhone X was the world’s most-selling device in Q1 2018. (S)
  5. Apple posted a record revenue of $61.1 billion in fiscal Q2 2018. (S)
  6. Apple iPhone X generated 5X profit than the combined profit of 600 Android OEMs in Q4 2017. (S)
  7. Apple is more trusted by people with their personal data against Facebook and Google. (S)
  8. Globally, 8.2 billion iOS apps were downloaded from Apple App Store in Q1 2018. (S)
  9. Apple iPhone X was the world’s most-selling smartphone model in Q4 2017. (S)
  10. Apple iPhone X was recognized as one of the ‘Best Innovations of 2017‘, by TIME magazine. (S)
  11. iPhone X accounted for 27% of Apple’s overall revenue in fiscal Q2 2018 (S)
  12. In fiscal Q2 2018, 62% of Apple’s total revenue came from iPhone sales. (S)
  13. Nearly 52 million units of iPhones were sold in Apple’s fiscal Q2 2018. (S)
  14. Apple iPhone X was the most-selling smartphone model in the world in Q4 2017 and Q1 2018 in a row.
  15. Apple sold 16 million units of iPhone X in Q1 2018, accounted for 4.6% share of the total global smartphone market. (S)
  16. Apple’s share in India premium smartphone segment dipped in Q1 2018 as the volumes dipped by a massive 55% due to decline in shipments for its iPhone X and 8 series. (S)
  17. The iPhone X is the most expensive iPhone ever made, and it has the highest retail price tag of $999 compared to other flagship phones.
  18. iPhone X with 64 GB has a bill of materials (BOM) of $370.25, while its retail price is $999.(S)
  19. Apple’s iPhone X is the best-selling technology product for the year 2017.(S)
  20. Apple tops Forbes’ world’s most valuable brands for the eighth straight year in 2018.(S)
  21. Apple overtook Microsoft to become the world’s most valuable technology company in 2010 & has been in the top position until today.(S)
  22. The USA had the largest market share for the first iPad which was launched in April 2010, sold more than 2 million units in less than 60 days.(S)
  23. Apple’s App Store crossed 10 billion downloads in 2011.(S)
  24. Steve Jobs formed Apple Company in 1976, but quit Apple in 1985 to form another company NeXt and in 1996 he joined Apple again. (S)
  25. Steve Jobs was Dyslexic, as he could not read, write & understand characters.(S)
  26. Apple’s true type font face was inspired by Steve Jobs as he loved calligraphy.(S)
  27. Prior to forming Apple, Steve Jobs was working with ATARI management. He was working in night shifts due to his poor hygiene habits.(S)
  28. Steve Jobs had an annual salary of $1 while working with Apple.(S)
  29. Steve Jobs convinced John Sculley to become CEO of Apple. Mr. Sculley was President of PepsiCo before joining as CEO of Apple.(S)
  30. Apple has over 500 retail stores globally as of March 2018.(S)
  31. Apple has a cash pile of $285 billion as of Feb 1, 2018.(S)
  32. Apple’s App Store has over 235,000 business apps on its platform.(S)
  33. Apple is ranked fourth(4th) on Fortune 500 list as of May 2018, while in 2002 it was ranked 325.(S)
  34. Apple has a market valuation of $851 billion for the quarter ending Q1 2018.(S)
  35. Apple’s has created more than 2 million jobs in the US which includes 80,000 Apple employees, 450,000 jobs through US-based suppliers and 1,530,000 jobs attributable to App Store ecosystem.(S)
  36. The US developers have earned more than $16 billion from the Apple App Store sales worldwide since its launch. (S)
  37. Apple launched its first iPod in October 2001 with a storage capacity of up to 1000 CD-quality songs. (S)
  38. In fiscal Q2 2018, Apple iPad sold 9.11 million units globally, which includes iPad & iPad Pro.(S)
  39. Apple stock closed at a record high of $183.83 on May 4, 2018, after Warren Buffet’s additional 75 million purchase. (S)

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Last Updated: 28 May 2018