Apple - The Most Valuable Company in the World
Apple's stock has been on an unprecedented run in the past couple of years. Since August 2002, Apple's stock price increased by more than 8,000 percent.
Since early 2012, Apple is the most valuable company in the world, leaving Exxon Mobil, the long time number on, a distant second. Apple's market value is truly remarkable: with a valuation of more than $600b, Apple is now worth more than twice as much as America's largest media conglomerates combined.
Some are expecting Apple to become the first trillion dollar company in the world. If the new iPhone becomes a hit and the iPad continues to dominate the tablet market as it now does, it could be possible for Apple to reach that historical milestone.
Global Apple iPhone sales from 3rd quarter 2007 to 3rd quarter 2015 (in million units)
Apple iPhone unit sales worldwide 2007-2015, by quarter
Apple's iPhone revenue from 3rd quarter 2007 to 3rd quarter 2015 (in million U.S. dollars)
Apple iPhones: quarterly revenue 2007-2015
Apple's global revenue from 1st quarter 2005 to 3rd quarter 2015 (in billion U.S. dollars)
Apple: quarterly revenue 2005-2015
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