77% Of Mobile Industry Now Belongs To Apple Market Share
Looking at the Apple market share and at the reports of sales of smartphones from Samsung and admire the performance of Korean companies? Yes, the Samsung is working hard to achieve such results. Probably, the company earns a huge pile of money from the sales of so many smart, because they are twice as large as Apple sells iPhone. But read the following info.
Samsung is very proud of these results, but it’s the only thing it can really be proud of, because thanks to tall margin from sales of the iPhone and iPad, Apple gets 43% of revenue throughout the industry, said Travis McCourt of Raymond James. It is noteworthy that despite the negative results, Apple iPhone sales have brought an impressive 77% of operating profits across the industry – says All Things D. About what Samsung can we talk here?
It makes no sense to count the number of sold units of a product. But what if your company is Google, and all of the hardware that you are selling, is only unprofitable Nexus 7 and deferred Nexus Q. There is also no reason to be proud of selling the tablet, as the final profit is not so great, but for Google, the company transforms into a new user services company.
In other case, a problem with Samsung is slightly different. The company sells a lot, but has a few of these sales. But Apple is killing two birds in the market share these days. Sells a lot of devices and receives from this more than others. That’s who is still king of the industry. And it has been on the mobile market only for five years!
A computer? A computer with the same story. Who cares how many plastic boxes stuffed with chips sells Dell or HP, if the margin is obtained by companies that are not in any way be compared with the revenues from sales of Apple Mac?