Apple Revenue from Services

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Apple Revenue from Services & Other products 2013-2018


The following table shows the revenue of Apple Inc from services and other products from 2013 to 2018. Sums are in millions.

Year/RevenueServices (Millions)Other Products ($Mn)
2018$39,748 M$17,381 M
2017$29,980 M$12,863 M
2016$24,348 M$11,132 M
2015$19,909 M$10,067 M
2014$18,063 M$8,379 M
2013$16,051 M$10,117 M

Apple’s revenue from services and other products has seen a significant rise during the recent years. Its revenue from services rose to $39.75 Billions in 2018 rising from $29.98 Billions, the previous year. Meanwhile its revenue from other products rose to $17.4 Billions in 2018 from $12.9 Billions in 2017.

About Apple:

Apple, the leading technology brand and the maker of iPhone and Mac was founded in1976 by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. In mid 2018, the brand touched its highest ever market valuation of 1 Trillion dollars. In 2018, its revenue has touched an all time high at 265.6 Billion dollars. From Macbook to iPhone as well as Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac Mini, the brand has brought several technologically innovative and attractive products to the market. iPhone is the best selling product in its entire range of products. Apart from that, iPads and MacBooks are also major sources of revenue for the brand. Its product and service range also includes iCloud, Apple Pay, digital content and services.It invests 5% of its net sales each year in R&D. Its research and development costs rose to 14.24 Billion dollars in 2018 from 11.6 Billion dollars previous year. Current CEO of Apple is Tim Cook. Its main competitors are Microsoft, HP, Dell, Samsung and Acer.


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