This statistic shows Apple's revenue (or total net sales) from 2004 to 2015, according to the company's own financial years. In the 2005 financial year (October 2004 to September 2005), Apple's revenue came to a total of 13.9 billion U.S. dollars. In 2013, Apple's revenue was up to more than 170 billion US dollars.
Apple's revenue - additional information
In 2014 Apple announced its highest annual revenue to date with 182.8 billion U.S. dollars generated in revenue. Over 100 billion U.S. dollars of this was generated by sales of the iPhone, meaning that the smart device was responsible for an average of 56.2 percent of the company’s total global revenue throughout the year. Sales of the iPhone reached almost 170 million units, a significant increase from the 150 million units that were sold in 2013 and the 40 million units sold in 2010. Apple remains one of the market leaders in the smartphone industry with the iPhone contributing to 15.5 percent of all new smartphone sales worldwide at the beginning of 2014.
Apple also increased sales of the iPad, with shipments reaching more than 26 million units in the first quarter of 2014, earning the company revenue of almost 11.5 billion U.S. dollars. Overall the iPad contributed an average share of 16.2 percent to Apple’s total global revenue in 2014, making it the company’s second most successful product behind the iPhone. However, Apple has seen its market share of global tablet shipments drop in recent years thanks to increasing competition from other tablet vendors including Samsung and Lenovo. As a result the global tablet market share of the iPad stood at 22.8 percent in the third quarter of 2014, a sharp contrast to the 60.3 percent share it enjoyed in the second quarter of 2012.