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Apple vs. Android
Apple vs. AndroidApple vs. Android
Year iOS Android
2017 19.91% 73.54%
2018 21.98% 75.16%
2019 24.79% 74.13%
2020 26.91% 72.48%
2021 29.94% 70%
2022 (October) 28.41% 70.98%
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Google Business Model

hidden-revenue-model-googleA hidden revenue business model is a pattern for revenue generation that keeps users out of the equation, so they don’t pay for the service or product offered. For instance, Google’s users don’t pay for the search engine. Instead, the revenue streams come from advertising money spent by businesses bidding on keywords.

How Does Google Make Money

how-does-google-make-moneyGoogle (now Alphabet) primarily makes money through advertising. The Google search engine, while free, is monetized with paid advertising. In 2021 Google’s advertising generated over $209 billion (beyond Google Search, this comprises YouTube Ads and the Network Members Sites) compared to $257 billion in net sales. Advertising represented over 81% of net sales, followed by Google Cloud ($19 billion) and Google’s other revenue streams (Google Play, Pixel phones, and YouTube Premium).

Apple Business Model Evolution


Apple Business Model

apple-business-modelApple has a business model that is divided into products and services. Apple generated over $394 billion in revenues in 2022, of which $205.5 came from iPhone sales, $40 billion came from Mac sales, over $41 billion came from accessories and wearables (AirPods, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Beats products, HomePod, iPod touch, and accessories), $29.3 billion came from iPad sales, and $78.13 billion came from services.

Apple Value Propositon

apple-value-propositionApple is a tech giant, and as such, it encompasses a set of value propositions that make Apple’s brand recognized among consumers. Apple’s brand’s three fundamental value propositions leverage the “Think Different” motto; reliable tech devices for mass markets. Starting in 2019, Apple also emphasized more privacy to differentiate itself from other tech giants.

Economics of the iPhone

how-much-profit-does-apple-make-per-iphoneIt costs Apple $501 to make an iPhone 14 Pro Max, and the company sells it at a base price of $1099. This makes Apple’s base markup on the latest iPhone model at 119% Apple is the only tech company able to sell its tech products at a such a premium, thanks to a combination of hardware, software and marketplace.

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