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Jan 2015: Apple earned $11 billion selling apps made by others

As of January 8, 2015, App developers have earned $25 billion which translates to almost $11 billion for Apple – the company takes 30% of the total revenue. Now when you think about it, Apple simply provides a platform for the third party developers – No storage costs, no R&D – and gets billions!

As of January 8, 2015, App developers have earned $25 billion which translates to almost $11 billion for Apple – the company takes 30% of the total revenue. Now when you think about it, Apple simply provides a platform for the third party developers – No storage costs, no R&D – and gets billions!

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