I take a look back over Apple during the 2010s, from the rise of the iPad and Apple Watch to the end of iTunes.
Apple’s reported its sales for 2018. While the iPhone is a majority of 2018 sales, its “Services” (iTunes, the App Store, etc.) also shows improvement.
The iPhone is now the vast majority of Apple’s revenue. As for Apple’s original iconic hardware, the Mac? A small percentage of revenue these days, even if Macs still pull in billions.
Apple’s new MacBook Pros will break from Apple tradition, and not issue a startup chime when powered on. Why the change? And how can it be brought back?
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