Apple Music has got itself in the Billboard 200 Album chart, Hot 100 singles list and many others. Apple’s dominance in the digital download market was well known.
iTunes store sales were already a benchmark in the download industry. Q3 Quarter reported revenue of $5 Billion from iTunes, AppleCare, Apple Pay, licensing and many other services. This number may not be huge if compared with Apple revenues from iDevices but its a major metric on its own.
Increasing popularity of Apple Music and its addition to Billboard gives great sign of another win for Apple.
Apple’s record breaking streak continues with highest ever profit of $10.7 Billion with 33% jump in its revenues.
iPhone sales were up 35 percent as compared to previous quarters. Driven by higher margins on iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and the huge Chinese revenue surge, iPhone revenue was up 59 percent as quoted by Apple CEO Tim Cook:
“We had an amazing quarter, with iPhone revenue up 59 percent over last year, strong sales of Mac, all-time record revenue from services, driven by the App Store, and a great start for Apple Watch.” – Apple CEO Tim Cook
Apple had killed Home sharing feature in iOS 8.4. It created a vast spur among music lovers, which made Apple to bring it back on the fourth Beta version of iOS 9.
If you part of iOS Dev program, you can test it right away. For consumers, you have to wait till the fall.
A Shanghai company has opted a rather unique way to inspire its workers for efficient working. They have created a Gold Bust of Steve Jobs and placed it in such a position that every employee has to go through it while entering the campus.
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