Apple Goes Services

Apple reported a healthy 20% gain in revenue to almost $63 billion. Compared to Q3 in 2017, that was $10 billion growth. It did that growth by deepening cash-generating services and other things (think of Google paying fees to be default search engine in Apple products) while also getting more dollars per hardware (iPhone, iPad, Mac, etc) sold. The great numbers came despite largely no major growth in the number of iPhones sold when compared to last year. Of course, for Apple, that was not really important as the price of iPhone had jumped from $618 to $793 on average.Yes, … Continue reading Apple Goes Services