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Industry, News - Friday, January 31, 2014 12:58 - 5 Comments
news The revenues of Apple’s Australian division have finally stopped their massive annual growth initiated in 2009, as the company’s lack of new product lines over the past year have stalled its onwards financial march.
If you examine Apple’s Australian financial results for the past half-decade (as disclosed to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission), it’s clear that the company’s launch of innovative new product lines such as the iPhone, iPad and new versions of its iPod, MacBook and iMac lines, as well as subsidiary products such as its iTunes app and music stores, have had upon its business.
In 2006 in Australia, Apple was making less than a billion dollars in local revenue. However, the company then grew steadily throughout the next several years, and saw a substantial jump in 2010 after the first iPad was launched. In 2012, Apple’s Australian revenues hit a record high of $6 billion after continual growth over the four years previously. Continue…
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