Apple today announced their fourth quarter results. Among the highlights:
- $37.5B in revenue
- 33.8M iPhones sold (this time last year: 26.9M)
- 14.1M iPads sold (this time last year: 14M)
- 4.6M Macs sold (this time last year: 4.9M)
Another great quarter, especially for iPhone. “Can’t innovate, my ass”, indeed.
However, it was this breakdown that really stands out to me:
The iPod now only accounts for a measly 2 percent of Apple’s revenue.
Things sure have changed since 2007; the iPhone is clearly Apple's breadwinner.
(My thanks to Federico Viticci for letting me use his pie chart.)