This’ll probably be a short post but I just wanted to address Apple’s current situation. Yesterday they posted their Q3 earnings for 2016. They earned $42.4 (£32) billion in revenue and $7.8 (£5.9) billion in profit and sold 40.4 million iPhone’s (down from 47.5 last year), 4.25 million Mac’s (down from 4.8 million last year) and 9.95 million iPad’s (down from 10.9 million).
Boom Beach. A strategy game for iOS developed by Supercell. I was late to the scene (Boom Beach was released on the 26th of March 2014 in the UK and I only installed it a couple of months ago) but I’ve been on it every single day since I installed it. Supercell also make Clash of Clans, I did try it out, and I do still play it but nowhere near as often as Boom Beach.
On the 27th of January 2014, Apple announced their strongest ever quarterly earnings. Firstly, let’s talk money as that’s what it’s all about. Apple posted revenue of £57.6 billion (£34 billion) and net share quarterly profit of £13.1 billion (£7.8 billion). These numbers are crazy and what follows is mesmerising.