Apple is the biggest ever tech industry in terms of market value and is the most loved brand across the world. Founded by Steve Jobs, the giant tech firm has a wide range of successful entrepreneurs who come from humble backgrounds.
While many studied hard day and night for years to get a top college seat and to come through with flying colours, there are others who also did the same without even graduating college. Yes, for some people, a college degree is not that important but expanding possibilities is more important and that’s what Tim Cook believes.
During the American Workforce Policy Advisory Board meeting, in the White House with President Trump and other officials, the Apple CEO has his say against jobs relying wholely on educational qualifications.
He also insisted that there are certain skills like programming and non-programming in demand in the tech industry that students may not even learn during college days.
In this article, we will take a look at the interesting facts about Apple Inc.
Apple Inc’s market cap is larger than the GDP of 25 countries in the world. The revenue generated by Apple is more than the GDP of Ecuador, Libya, Iraq and many other nations.
For the unversed, Apple had around 140,000 workers around the globe in 2020. With business growing at a good place, it is actually no surprise that Apple was recruiting over 140,000 people in 2020.
Apple Sold as many as 849,450 iPhones per day in 2018.
Did you know? Apple earned a staggering $691,234.57 per minute in the first quarter of 2021
Interestingly, every Apple iPhone ad displays the same time as 9:41 AM, the time Steve Jobs exhibited it in the year 2007.
Apple surpassed Google as the most valuable brand in the world.
In early 2015, Apple became the first $700 billion company. As per last year’s statistics, Apple has a market value of around 2500 billion dollars.
Did you know? Apple iPad’s retina display is manufactured by Samsung. In fact, Samsung played a substantial role in making about 30% of the A8 chips that go into Apple’s iPhone 6 Needless to say, Apple has been trying its maximum best to cut down its dependence on Samsung in recent years.
Meanwhile, one in every three engineers at Apple is Indian.