Fortune has compiled an average estimate for the number of iPhones sold last quarter from professional and amateur analysts. With a crop of new phones, a year's pent-up demand, plenty of supply, more Apple stores and lots of holiday shoppers, there's no reason Apple shouldn't turn in another record quarter of iPhone sales -- Android and Samsung be damned. The … [Read more...] about In Last Quarter Apple Sold 55.3 Million iPhones
App Store sales in 2013 topped $10 Billion, Apple claimed Tuesday in a press release. The company said that sales exceeded $1 Billion in the month of December alone, while downloading 3 billion apps in the same month -- both record-breaking figures … [Read more...] about Apple Announces App Store Sales Topped $10 Billion in 2013, $1 Billion In December Alone
Digital Music Sales in 2013 dropped for the first time (year-over--year) since the opening of the iTunes Music Store. Individual tracks fell the most, dropping from 1.34 billion units to 1.26 billion units, a 5.7% decrease. Album sales on the other hand only saw a .1% decline. Overall for the full year 2013, digital track sales fell 5.7% from 1.34 billion units … [Read more...] about Digital Music Sales Fall For First Time Since the Opening of iTunes Music Store
A new report from CTech claims that Apple has cut production of the iPhone 5c in half due to dismal sales. We learned from insiders, because the actual dismal sales, Apple has begun to reduce capacity iPhone 5C after iPhone 5C average daily production was 300,000, now reduced to 150,000. … [Read more...] about Apple Cuts Production of the iPhone 5c in Half
Apple's iPhone business alone outsells 474 of the companies on the S&P 500 and would be the 9th biggest stock on the Dow 30. If this single product were its own company in the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index, IPhone Inc. would outsell 474 of those companies—ranking between Wells Fargo (WFC) ($90.5 billion) and Marathon Petroleum (MPC) ($84.9 billion). The iPhone’s … [Read more...] about The iPhone Alone Outsells 474 Companies on the S&P 500
Localytics has released a new report indicating that the iPhone 5s has outsold the iPhone 5c by a factor of 3.4x thus far. In less than 3 days, the iPhone 5s and 5c combined now represent about 1.36% of the total numbers of all iPhones activated in the U.S. market across the top 4 carriers AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile. From the data we are seeing, 1.05% of … [Read more...] about iPhone 5s Outsells iPhone 5c By 3.4x in the U.S.
Windows Phone has posted its highest ever level of 8.2% across the five major European markets and Apple has grown its U.S. share to 43.4% of sales, according to a Kantar report. “Android and Apple take the lion’s share of the headlines and continue to dominate smartphone sales, so it’s easy to forget that there is a third operating system emerging as a real adversary", says … [Read more...] about Windows Phone Posts Record Market Share, Apple Grabs 43.4% of U.S. Sales