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I Phone 7 Is Releasing Soon, Here Are Some Amazing Facts About Apple

  • Apple is worth more than entire Russian Stock market.
  • The Battery of an Apple Mac Book could save you from Gunshot; It is a bullet proof.
  • You have a better chance of getting accepted to Harvard University than getting Job at Apple store.
  • Steve Jobs gave free iPhone to every Apple employee.
  • Do you use “Slide-to-Unlock” feature. Apple has patent for it sued Samsung for infringing on its patent.
  • In Japan’s Apple store, there was a fan who started waiting in line 7 months early for iPhone.
  • Apple is the world’s largest it company by revenue and total assets, and the world’s second largest mobile manufacturer.
  • Steve jobs sold his Volkswagen and Steve wozniak sold his Hawlwtt-packaid scientific calculator to raise the capital for new company.
  • Rounded corners on rectangular electric devices have been patented in the U.S by Apple.
  • Apple don’t trust freshers. It keeps them on fake projects and put through a rigorous testing period. In this way, it evaluates their trust worthiness.
  • 60% of Apps in the Apple App store have never been downloaded.
  • Apple sold 340,000 iPhones per day in 2012.Apple Sold 411,000 iPhone per day in 2013.Apple sold 411,000 iPhone s per day in 2014.
  • Apple Head Quarters Employees earn an average of US $125,000 a year.
  • If Apple didn’t hold US$181 billion oversees, it would owe US$59 billion in U.S Taxes.
  • Everything you say to “SIRI” is sent to Apple , analyzed and stored.
  • Apple i Pad’s retina display is actually manufactured by Samsung. The world’s most valuable brands are Apple, Microsoft and Google.
  • Apple’s iPhone has higher sales than everything Microsoft has to offer.
  • Apple is larger than Microsoft, HTC, BlackBerry, Lenovo, Hewlett-Packard, Cirrus Logic, SanDisk, Sony, Broadcom and Pandora Media put together. – Apple is bigger than Samsung, Microsoft, Alphabet by revenue 2016 –
  • Apple’s market value is equal to the combined value of the 20 biggest companies on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). The market value of the entire JSE is about R8.5-trillion.
  • The original iPhone team was elite and top secret – In creating the iPhone, Steve Jobs gave Scott Forstall free rein to assemble a team of his choosing. There was, however, just one rule — he couldn’t hire anyone from outside Apple. As a result, Forstall proceeded to handpick the best engineers at Apple no matter what division they were in. Interestingly enough, when pitching the project to prospective team members, Forstall couldn’t even tell them what it was about, only mentioning that it would require hard work and that they’d have to “give up nights” and work weekends for quite some time.
  • iPhone users are more loyal than all other smartphone users – Without fail, studies on smartphone retention demonstrate that iPhone users are more likely to upgrade to another iPhone than Android users are likely to upgrade to another Android device. As a result, market share figures tend not to paint an accurate portrait of smartphone dynamics.
  • Apple didn’t originally own the ‘iPhone’ trademark – Initially, Cisco owned the ‘iPhone’ trademark. That, though, didn’t stop Apple from calling its newfangled device the iPhone. After its January 2007 unveiling, Apple and Cisco eventually settled their dispute with both companies promising to collaborate together on products in the future. The fruits of that cooperation, if it ever even took place, have never been seen.
  • Samsung makes the processors that power the iPhone – Despite a string of lawsuits between Samsung and Apple, the two companies remain important partners. Even though Apple has tried to lessen its reliance on Samsung in recent years, the bulk of the A-x processors that power Apple’s beloved devices come from Samsung.
  • Verizon turned down exclusive rights to sell the first iPhone – Before the iPhone launch, Apple needed a partner. Naturally, Apple opted to approach Verizon first, it being the largest and arguably most highly regarded carrier in the U.S. Verizon, however, balked at Apple’s offer. Specifically, Verizon didn’t want to cede any control to Apple. Cingular (now AT&T), meanwhile, needed a big smartphone exclusive to remain competitive, so it was more than willing to agree to Apple’s typically stringent demands. As a quick example of Apple’s demands, Apple insisted that the iPhone would only house its own logo, not that of a carrier.
  • Apple’s market cap now t $550,000,000, it is worth the annual beer consumption of Ireland – 300 times over!

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