One of the reasons Apple’s products excel is that they are intuitive. In this infographic, learn why Apple products have received praise from those who prefer simplicity and easy of use.
In the wake of rumors that Apple is set to abandon its one-size-fits-all design policy and release budget iPhones with larger screens, where does this leave its current standard bearer? Apple has started “reshoring” production of some of its products (but not iPhones, yet) back to the US, but will this move eventually change the big picture that follows?
It’s billed as the battle of the century, at least as far as app developers are concerned; which has better ROI, Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android? Consumers are split: Apple have the single largest market share, Google have numerous manufacturers on their side; iOS dominates North America, Android wins out in Europe. Learn more about this battle between iOS and Android in the following infographic by Webdesigner Depot.
This infographic from the folks at Cheapflights is for those Apple addicts and Steve Jobs’ fans. It offers a tour of most of the places in California that were important to the world’s best known technical entrepreneur. Follow in the footsteps of this amazing man.
Have you ever queued overnight and shivered in the rain to buy the latest apple release? Can you name ALL the mac operating systems? Do you have an Apple tattoo? Do you remember Classics and Quadras (five minutes to apply a filter in photoshop, good old days) and G3s, G4s and original Jelly iMac? Or did you come along just in time for flat screen imacs and the sexy aluminum look.
Whether it’s a job designing the world’s next game-changing device or it’s a job selling Macs and iPads, working for Apple has its perks. Do you have what it takes? Find out in this infographic by Business Research Guide.
After breaking fiscal records earlier this year, many economists and industry leaders claim Apple is set to become the world’s first $1 trillion company. Track Apple’s rise to power and see how the tech company must grow in order to hit that $1 trillion mark in the following infographic by Master of Accounting Degrees.
With its explosively popular products and knack for design, Apple maintains a wide profit margin on its products while keeping its R&D and lobbying costs relatively low. It’s not always clear how Apple spends its money, but check out this breakdown of expenses from www.master-business-administration.org for some clues about its formula for success.
Apple is building one of the most stunning financial runs in the history of corporate America. In the last five years over 365,000,000 devices have been sold. Not to mention they average $4 billion in monthly profit. Check out the infographic below to learn more about Apple’s financial success.
To demonstrate how digital and mobile technology are gaining momentum with children, MDG Advertising developed this informative infographic. It shows how Apple is infiltrating the lives of our children from the cradle to the classroom, as well as how these smart devices are having a real impact on literacy and learning levels, along with the benefits of these digital tools for special needs education
What an amazing success story Apple is! After almost filing for bankruptcy 16 years ago and Microsoft bailing them out, Apple is now the most valuable public company in history, worth nearly $637 billion. In fact, it has now surpassed Microsoft itself as the following infographic from Pronto will reveal.
This infographic takes a look at how big Apple really is. With 40% of Apple’s revenue coming from the iPhone alone, it has boosted the company to become the most valuable company in the world.
The digital world is converging on a revolutionary all-in-one device, the powerful, brand new iPad. These are the iconic portable devices that are causing many older devices to become extinct because of Apple’s innovation. This infographic highlights some of those devices that are either now extinct or very soon will be.
We’ve all thought about things comparing apples and oranges. Let’s take it one step further and compare apples and apples. Yes, you heard right. Apples (the fruit) vs Apple (the tech company) makes for a fantastic comparative infographic.