See how Apple’s revenues, net profits and brand value have grown since 2005.

On Tuesday, Apple announced its financial results for the fourth financial quarter of 2015. It can be said that once again Apple recorded record results.

In the last 12 months, the Cupertino-based company posted a net profit of $ 53.4 billion – more than any other company in history, it made in one year! The previous record of $ 45.2 billion belonged to ExxonMobil (in 2008). This was a time when companies like Apple could only dream of catching up with the big oil corporations.

Apple’s growth in revenue and value over the past decade has been largely driven by the unflagging success of the iPhonewhich is really remarkable.

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As you can see, the company’s profits have increased more than 40 times since 2005, helping Apple become the largest and most valuable company in the world.

The chart below shows the revenue, net profit, market capitalization and value of the Apple brand in 2005 and 2015.

source: Statista – What a Difference 10 Years Make, Apple Press info – Apple Reports Record Fourth Quarter Results


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