iPhone XS design and specifications
As this is an 'S' model, no-one will be surprised that the design is the same as the iPhone X. That means your existing cases will fit: buttons and ports are in the same places.
It's made from the same surgical-grade stainless steel, but the screen and rear glass has a new formulation of glass which Apple says is the toughest ever used in a phone.
Here are highlights of the new features:
A12 Bionic processor
Updated 12Mp cameras
Adjustable depth of field in photos
512GB storage option
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A new cash cow: Apple’s services area
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One week after the new iPhone release we can see how #Apple is changing its #business model: with Apple #Music, Apple #Pay, iTunes, App Store, #iCloud and Apple Care, Apple’s services business has become a beast of its own.
Apple’s fiscal year starts on October 1st and every three months the company releases information about the last quarter.
In the first quarter of the last fiscal year (first month of the new iPhone selling) Apple earned $69 billion only from #iPhone (about 68% of total income), $5.8 billion from #iPad (7%), $6 billion from #Mac (8%), $5.5 billion from other products (Apple Watch, #AirPods, #Beats, 6%) and $8.4 billion from services (10%). The service area was worth half as much three years ago and, only in the last available financial report (Q3-2018), it surged to $9.6 billion (+14% in six months vs -50% of iPhone in the same period).
However, Apple’s ambitions go further than that. Earlier this year, #TimCook announced that the goal was to double revenues from services by 2020 (from $30 billion in FY-2017 to $60 billion).
Apple is probably trying to decrease the gap among the different quarters of the fiscal year by focusing on a source of income that can generate cash all year long.
Do you think investing in the services area could be a good strategy to reduce Apple’s dependece from its main business?
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