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Baffling facts about Apple you most likely do not know about

In 2011, the world lost one of the most enigmatic of its own business leaders and innovators in the modern era, Steve Jobs. Yet his legacy still lives on many years later, with Apple becoming the world’s most high priced company in the year 2014. Some years after his departure, Apple is still the same secret company that it has constantly been. So many interesting facts exist about this business unless of course in the event an aficionado of Apple and its products are you that you most likely have never heard of. Here are some fascinating facts about Apple that will do nothing less than amaze you. I am certain you will be surprised and they may present you a glance of the top secret formulas that bring in such revolutionary products like the iPhone and also the iPhone.

After revolutionizing the music industry, Apple made another revolution in the mobile phone sector. And their cash load are increasing at a speed that is extremely intriguing. By 2014, they held up to $160 billion in cash. Microsoft just had $85 billion while the US Treasury just had $49 billion in the first quarter of 2014, to place this amount in context. And to illustrate even further, this money is sufficient to buy an iPod for each person in the US and still not get depleted. If Apple is a state, its cash reservation will place it among the top 50 biggest market in the world.

 

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You may be shocked in the number of iPhones sold daily. Apple sells close to 40 million iPhones every quarter now. This means that approximately just under 400,000 iPhones are sold daily. To shock you a bit more, consider that this number is even bigger than the number of infants born daily. The global birth rate stands around 300,000 per day. To meet the demand, in 2014 Apple made almost 500,000 handsets in their iPhone 5s series in a day.

Apple shops worldwide are best known for their iconic designs. But their shops are income producing powerhouses. Tiffany & Co was a brand that always came out on top, when talking when it comes to sales made per square foot. In 2013, that record was shattered and each Apple store allegedly generated twice as much revenues compared to Tiffany & Co. When the former record holder sells $3,017 Apple records $6,050 for every square foot. Till date, no company has reached or come close to this record

When taking a look at technology businesses that are leading, there are few which stand out from the rest, like facebook, Amazon and Google. Everyone understands Google is the best search engine. We all know that Facebook is king in regards to social media. We are aware that Amazon is king in regards to online shopping. But what you probably did not know is that in the first four months of 2014, Apple had more sales than all these firms combined. What is more, the total sales for iPhones amounted to $26 billion, which is more than Microsoft’s $20 billion in sales as a whole company.

Even as years pass by, Apple never seizes to shock the world with their products and sales records. As a business and as a brand, they continue to shatter beliefs of what’s potential. They’ve performed at every degree and keep to attain magnificence as they transcend heights man impossible at such an early part of this new millennium. With the untimely departure of Steve Jobs back in the year 2011, Tim Cook inherited enormous shoes to fill. Many believe that Apple’s best days are over but Tim Cook’s team and he has thus far shown that they can keep the organization ‘s increase at least for now. It’s something to accomplish success as we all understand, but another to maintain it. The forthcoming few years are going to be interesting with all of us watching keenly to see whether the Apple Watch’s scheduled release will probably be another ground-breaking success or a miss.

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