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Apple iPhone Received 66% of Total Q2 Profit

It is amazing to believe that with just two different models of their smartphone available, Apple was able to take over two thirds of the profits from smartphone sales in the second quarter among the top companies around the world. The news was released by Strategy Analytics just after the company announced that they believed at all with the smart phone vendor in the lead in terms of volume around the world. It is clear that Apple’s unlocked iphone 4 is the number one Smart phone company around the world, but a number of other countries are following closely behind.

 

Four of the eight major vendors of smart devices around the world were profitable during the second quarter of this year. Apple’s other profit share jumped from 50% during the second half of last year to a total of 57% in the first quarter of 2011, oh the way to 66.3% during the second quarter of this year. To say the least, it will be interesting to see if they are able to continue this upward trend and profit.

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Apple’s iphone 4 unlocked receiving two thirds of the profit share for the quarter is something that you definitely probably saw coming, but not at the margin in which we saw. The company continues to grow their revenue, profits and has a huge amount of money sitting around waiting to be spent; you can bet that the company will continue to find ways to increase their overall profit. Other companies in their proper share from the previous quarter include Samsung at 15% and HTC at 11% up nearly 6% from the previous quarter. With these three companies being on top of things in almost every major editorial, you can bet that we could see some heavily aggressive behavior from them in the future. Apple appears to be in a spot where they could pull away and given their current state, in large amount of capital that they have on hand.

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