1. Apple is the world's largest IT company by revenue and total assets, and the world's second-largest mobile phone manufacturer.
  2. Apple has over 115,000 employees around the world.
  3. Apple headquarters' employees earn an average of US$125,000 a year.
  4. Apple sold
    340,000 iPhones per day
    in 2012.
  5. Apple iPad's retina display is actually manufactured by Samsung.
  6. Apple earns US$300,000 per minute.
  7. Apple's co-founder sold all his shares for $800.
  8. Today, they would have
    been worth US$35 billion.
  9. Everything you say to Siri is sent to Apple, analyzed and stored.
  10. Apple has more operating cash
  11. than the
    U.S. Treasury.
  12. Apple's iPhone has higher sales than everything Microsoft has to offer.
  13. Apple's brand is worth US$118.9 billion. It is the world's most valuable brand.
  14. Apple has 475 retail stores in 17 countries, as of 2016.
  15. Every Apple iPhone ad displays the time as 9:41 AM, the time Steve Jobs unveiled it in 2007.
  16. The World's most
  17. valuable brands are
  18. Apple, Microsoft,
  19. and Google.
  20. The creator of the iPod first offered the idea to Philips and RealNetworks, but they failed to see its potential.
  21. If you would have bought an iPhone in 1991, part by part, it would have cost you US$3.56 million.
  22. If you use iTunes, you have already agreed not to use Apple products to create nuclear weapons.
  23. Samsung makes about 30% of the A8 chips that go into Apple's iPhone 6.
  24. In the first quarter of 2014, Apple earned more than Google, Facebook, and Amazon combined.
  25. Apple Is Worth More Than The Entire Russian Stock Market.
  26. Apple's iPhone consumes US$0.25 worth of electricity per year if it's fully charged once a day.
  27. You have a better chance of getting accepted to Harvard University than getting a job at the Apple Store.
  28. When the first prototype of Apple's iPod was shown to Steve Jobs, he dropped it in an aquarium and used the air bubbles to prove there was empty space and it could be made smaller.
  29. The battery of an Apple Macbook could save you from a gunshot: it's bulletproof.
  30. 60% of apps in the Apple App Store have never been downloaded.
  31. Siri was supposed to be for Android and BlackBerry phones before Siri Inc. was bought by Apple back in April of 2010.
  32. When Steve Jobs accused Bill Gates of stealing from Apple, Gates said, "I think it's more like we both had this rich neighbor named Xerox and I broke into his house to steal the TV set and found out that you had already stolen it."
  33. When Apple began designating employee numbers, Steve Jobs was offended that Wozniak received #1 while he got #2. He believed he should be second to no one, so he took #0 instead.
  34. A rare Apple-1 computer built in Steve Jobs' garage in the summer of 1976 was sold at an auction in 2014 for US$905,000.
  35. In 1986, Apple launched a clothing line.
  36. If Apple didn't hold US$181 billion overseas, it would owe US$59 billion in U.S. taxes.
  37. Smoking near Apple computers voids the warranty.
  38. Apple's iPhone is almost twice more expensive in Brazil than in the U.S.
  39. In Japan's Apple Store, there was a fan who started waiting in line 7 months early for iPhone 6.
  40. Rounded corners on rectangular electronic devices have been patented in the U.S. by Apple.
  41. Apple recovered 2,204 pounds of gold from broken iPhones in 2015. That's worth about US$40 million.
  42. An iPhone contains about 0.0012 ounces of gold, 0.012 ounces of silver, and 0.000012 ounces of platinum, worth $1.52, $0.24, and $0.017 respectively.
  43. Apple could buy Disney or Coca-Cola and pay in cash.
  44. In 2015, Apple Inc. was worth more than Switzerland, Sweden or Nigeria.
  45. Steve Jobs used to withdraw just US$1 as his annual salary from Apple's account as CEO.
  46. Only 30 to 50 of the original Apple 1 computers still exist, with originals selling for over US$50,000.
  47. An iPhone has about 75 elements in it — two-thirds of the periodic table.
  48. The world's most expensive iPhone 5 was worth US$15 million. It was made of 135 grams of 24-carat gold and the chassis was inlaid with 600 white diamonds.
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