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Saturday, 24 March 2018

No iPhone, Mac or iPad: what gives Apple the most money are the services

It remains on many occasions, when talking with anyone about Apple always comes the hackneyed resource of the income they generate, the cost of their devices and all the chant that is behind. You know, with your device of 120 euros can do the same as you with your iPhone X over 1000, and that Apple inflates its prices.

And it is controversial apart, we think that everyone spends their money as best estimates, it is true that the Cupertino company has generated a lot of income thanks to the sale of devices . On many occasions we have published articles about what an iPhone really costs and how much it sells.

And although the sales of the iPhone X and the eight series have not been all the satisfactory expected in Cupertino, the trends seem to have reversed, and that's how they refer in an article in Business Insider . In the period from 2012 to 2017, 86 percent of the company's revenues have been thanks to its phone , the iPhone. Obviously a synonym of success.

And paying attention to the famous English saying "Do not put all your eggs in one basket" , that is, "do not put all the eggs in the same basket", from Apple and very intelligently have drawn a route plan for the which from now on most of your income will not come from the sale of devices, the competition is very fierce, but for the services that the company is able to offer .

Revenue from services during the period previously reflected was 23 percent of the total, and from last year until next 2022, it will more than double, bringing them up to 56 percent . We are many people who make the payment to iCloud and thus free ourselves from the slavery of the 5 GB free, or people who prefer Apple Music services before others . In fact, from Cupertino they estimate that they could catch Spotify this summer.

The potential of these revenues, in the words of Tim Cook, seems to continue to increase and will be a trend in the coming years. Do you have any Apple service contracted?

Via | macrumors 

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