What to Know About the Apple Market Cap, Back Market and Apple Market Menu Categories
Phil Schiller, CEO of Apple, has announced the release of his 2017-2018 Apple Market Market Cap and Back Market Market segmentation charts.
In a tweet, Schiller shared his Apple Market/Back Market/Market Market segment analysis for the calendar year ending June 30, 2017.
The report shows the Apple market as the largest and most profitable segment, with $8.7 trillion in market capitalization.
Apple sold $4.8 trillion in smartphones and tablets during the same period.
The market is also the biggest and most diverse with 22% of its market value coming from digital devices and software, followed by retail and services with 16% and 9% respectively.
The second largest segment is consumer goods with $2.9 trillion in the market, followed closely by software with $1.5 trillion and the automotive and industrial sectors with $766 billion in market value.
The third largest segment includes telecommunications with $931 billion in the overall market, and the rest is software and hardware with $982 billion.
Apple also has a healthy portion of the automotive industry, with about $200 billion in sales.
Schiller explained his segmentation of Apple’s market cap in a blog post on the company’s website.
Apple’s market capitalizations come from a combination of the company and its various suppliers and subcontractors, which includes Apple, Apple supplier Chipworks and several other suppliers.
It also includes the sale of iPhone, iPod, Mac and iPad software, and Apple Watch.
Apple has long had a strong market share, according to market analyst Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities.
In his most recent report, Pachner said the market share for the iPhone fell from 61% in 2017 to 60% in 2018.
In 2017, Apple’s share of the U.S. market fell from 16% to 10%.
“Apple’s growth has been a consistent driver of the market’s market value,” Pachtern said in a report.
“Its share has grown from 14% in 2015 to a record high of 25% in 2020.
The company’s market share has been driven by the company, its products, and its services, which all drive overall value.”
Apple’s share in the smartphone market has fallen from 24% in 2016 to 21% in 2019.
It is expected to drop to 20% by 2021.
Schilling added that Apple’s consumer electronics business is the fastest growing segment of the Apple ecosystem and the largest in the company.
He said the company sells $3.5 billion worth of smartphones and $1 billion worth in tablets in 2018, according a Bloomberg report.
The back market is the third largest and is worth $1 trillion.
It includes Apple retail stores, which employ approximately 6% of the entire Apple retail business.
The new Apple Market and Back Markets segmentation chart from Phil Schilling shows the market as largest and largest in market, with the highest market cap.
It follows closely behind software with a market share of $1,300 billion.
The Back Market segment is made up of Apple retail outlets, including Apple’s online store, Apple Retail Stores, and other Apple-owned stores.
Apple does not sell products directly to customers in its stores, so the Back Market segments are comprised of Apple-branded goods, such as Apple Watch, Apple Music, Beats, and Beats Audio.
The Back Market also includes Apple-specific services such as its App Store, App Store Pro and App Store Premium.
Apple is the biggest market for Apple Watch in the world with a total market value of $18.4 billion.
The market is dominated by the iPhone and Apple TV brands, which together account for a market value equal to 50% of all Apple Watch sales.
The Apple Watch has become the most valuable Apple Watch ever sold.
The Watch is expected in the high-to-mid $1k price range in 2021.