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Sales, Usage & Finances (2023)
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The first iPhone came in 2007, and it took the world by storm. The iPhone revolutionized the worldwide smartphone business by introducing novel features such as touchscreen displays and virtual keyboards. The launch of the iPhone forced competitors to develop new products and operating systems in order to meet the new market demands.
Although it’s been 15 years since the first iPhone hit the market, it remains one of the most-sold mobile devices in the world, with 55.2 million iPhone units shipped in the first quarter of 2023 alone. More than 2.29 billion iPhones have been sold to date.
iPhones currently have a 27.6% of the world’s smartphone market share. With such a huge market share, marketers worldwide need to know the facts and figures around it. I have compiled all the important iPhone statistics for marketers and iPhone lovers in this post.
Excited? Let’s get into it.
Key iPhone Statistics (2023)
- There are more than 1.46 billion active iPhone users worldwide as of 2023. They account for 21.67% of the world’s total smartphone-using population.
- 55.2 million iPhone units were sold in the first quarter of 2023 while 225. 3 million units were shipped in 2022.
- Over 2.295 billion iPhone units have been sold to date.
- iPhones held a 21% share of total smartphones shipped in Q1 2023.
- 51% of iPhone users are females, while 49% of iPhone users are males.
- iPhone has a 27.6% market share in the global smartphone industry as of Q2 2023.
- iPhones have a 57.77% market share in the US smartphone industry as of Q2 2023.
- Apple registered $211.99 billion in revenue in the first two quarters of 2023.
- Apple collected $117.11 billion in revenue from iPhone sales in the first two quarters of 2023.
How Many iPhone Users Are There In The World?
- There are over 1.46 billion iPhone users in the world as of 2023.
This is an extraordinary 44276.9% increase since the last decade. There were just 329 million iPhone users back in 2013.
This number is further predicted to reach 1.56 billion by the end of 2023.
Here is the overview of iPhone users in the world over the years
|Year||No. of iPhone users|
|2021||1. 23 billion|
Number Of iPhone Users In The United States
- There are 135.97 million iPhone users in the United States, which is a 9.03% increase since 2022.
Here is the table showing the number of iPhone users in the United States over the years:
|Year||Number of iPhone Users in the US|
|2015||82. 5 million|
Share of iPhone Users Among Other Smartphone Users In The US
- 50% of smartphone users in the United States use an iPhone. This figure was 48.7% in 2022.
Here is a table showing the share of iPhone users among U.S. smartphone users throughout the years:
|Year||Share of iPhone Users|
iPhone Shipment Statistics
- Apple shipped around 55.2 million iPhone units in the first quarter of 2023.
last year, apple made a total of 225.3 million iPhone shipments.
This number was 240 million in the year 2021.
Here is a table showing the number of iPhones shipped since 2010:
|Year||No. of iPhones shipped|
|2022||225. 3 million|
|2023 (as of Q1)||55.2 million|
- Apple shipped 20 million iPhones in North America in the First Quarter of 2022.
- In the first quarter of 2022, Apple supplied roughly 1 million ‘made in India’ iPhones in the nation. That is an increase of 50% y/y in the Indian market.
iPhone Market Share Statistics
- iPhone has a 21% market share in the global smartphone industry as of 2023.
- iPhone has a 52% market share in the US smartphone industry as of 2023.
- iPhone has a 20% market share in China as of 2023.
- iPhone has a 3.55% market share in India as of 2023.
Below is the table showing the iPhone’s Market share in Different regions of the World:
|Region||iPhone Market Share|
- If we look at the data from June 2021 to July 2023, iPhone has an average market share of 55.94% in the United States
Below is the table of the iPhone’s Market share in the US over the years:
|Year||iPhone’s Market Share in the USA|
|2023 (as of Q1)||52%|
- iPhone’s Market share in China stands at 20% as of July 2023.
Here is a table showing the iPhone’s Market Share in China from June 2021 to June 2022:
|Time of Year||iPhone’s Market Share|
|February 2022||20. 44%|
iPhone Users Demographic
- 51% of iPhone users are females, while 49% of iPhone users are males.
- iPhones are most popular in the 16-34 year age group.
- 35% of people who use an iPhone have an Apple Watch too.
Most Popular Apps on iPhone
- TikTok was the most downloaded free app on iPhones in 2022.
Here is a list of the Most Downloaded free iPhone Apps in 2022:
- TikTok is the most popular iPhone app in terms of revenue.
Here is the list of the top 10 most popular iPhone Apps (in terms of revenue)
|Tik Tok||37. 66 million|
|Honor of Kings||22.27 million|
|Uma Musume Pretty Derby||19.56 million|
|Game For Peace||18.49 million|
|Genshin Impact||17.64 million|
|Monster Strike||16.59 million|
|Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle||15.9 million|
|Disney +||14.9 million|
Apple’s iPhone Revenue Statistics
- Apple generated $117.11 billion in revenue from the sales of iPhones in the first two quarters of 2023.
iPhone sales accounted for 54% of Apple’s total revenue at this time.
Let us take a close look at how much Apple is making by selling iPhones and how much it is contributing to its total revenue:
|Year||iPhone Revenue||Share in Apple’s Total Revenue|
|2014||$101. 99 billion||56.19%|
|2022||$205.49 billion||51. 52%|
|2023 (as of Q2)||$117.11 billion||27.56%|
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I hope you got a gist of how popular iPhones are globally. With 1.46 billion users, it has maintained a constant stronghold in the smartphone industry.
I will keep updating this space with more facts and figures in the future as I get my hands on more data. Let me know if I missed anything or if I need to include something here!
FSB told about the use of the virus in the iPhone by the US special services to spy on the Russians
The FSB reported on an uncovered intelligence operation by the US intelligence agencies, carried out with the help of a virus in the iPhone software. According to the agency, the phones of several thousand Russians were infected, including diplomats working in NATO countries
The Federal Security Service has uncovered a US intelligence operation conducted using Apple mobile devices, the FSB Public Relations Center reported. The intelligence service claims that in the course of measures to ensure the security of the telecommunications infrastructure, it discovered anomalies that are typical only for users of Apple smartphones.
The FSB did not specify what anomalies they are talking about. But she said that they were caused by the work of malicious software that “uses software vulnerabilities provided by the manufacturer.”
According to the FSB, several thousand iPhones with SIM cards not only of subscribers in Russia, but also those registered to Russian diplomatic missions in NATO countries, former Soviet republics, Israel, Syria and China were infected.
The FSB believes that Apple is helping US intelligence agencies spy on individuals of interest to the White House.
A gadget, like software, is prone to vulnerabilities and does not deserve total trust in terms of protection against cyber threats, and the iPhone is no exception, Denis Kuvshinov, head of the Positive Technologies security expert center’s cyber threat research department, told Forbes. “An attacker can steal all user data stored on a smartphone in a few minutes by simply sending a special SMS or a link that activates an unknown vulnerability in the system and gives the hacker full access to the functions and data of the phone,” he explained. According to experts, sometimes attackers do not just steal personal data, but spy on their victims in real time – listen in on conversations, read SMS and messages in instant messengers.
In May, the US Department of Justice announced that the Federal Bureau of Investigation detected and neutralized malware called Snake, which was used by the FSB for cyber espionage. For almost 20 years, a branch of the FSB has used various versions of the Snake program to steal documents from hundreds of computer systems in at least 50 countries, including NATO members, journalists and individuals of interest to the Russian authorities, according to the US agency.
Why America can’t make iPhones
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In the dormitory of workers who assemble iPhones. These people receive about $20 a week. Photo: Kotaku.
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This question is asked by the American journal MIT Technology Review.
Indeed, why are smart mobile phones designed in the US made in China? A few years ago, President Obama asked this question to Steve Jobs, the founder and CEO of Apple Corporation. Jobs’ answer was this: it’s not just that in China you can pay workers less, although they are quite skilled and diligent. Plants there are more flexible, production is quickly reconfigured when the next new product appears. Tooling changes faster than in the USA, component manufacturers switch to a new product faster.
Okay, but let’s imagine that Jobs, under pressure from the president, persuaded one of the Chinese manufacturers to open a factory in the US, or decided to start producing his phone himself. In principle, this is possible, some of the most advanced laptops of the same “Apple” are made in the USA.
As of July 2016, the price of the latest iPhone model in the US was $399, of which the cost of parts is $156. So, a screen with a protective glass and chips that control the display of the image costs about $20. The modem, memory and the entire radio part (receiver, transmitter and amplifier) - $ 15 each, the chips that control the operation of the batteries – about $ 7. Assembly costs (according to various estimates) 4-10 dollars. If iPhones are assembled in the USA, while still receiving components from all over the world (and mainly from China), then the iPhone SE model, according to economists, will rise in price by 30-40 dollars. Mainly not because of higher wages in America, but because of the increased cost of shipping components to the assembly site (it is cheaper to bring a finished phone from China to the US than a handful of parts from different factories around the world).
Well, what if the parts are made on American soil? In total, Apple has 766 suppliers of components for all products, including tablets and laptops (of which 346 in China, 126 in Japan, 69 in the US and 41 in Taiwan). The most complex components – processors and other microcircuits – are developed in the USA, almost all the machinery for their production plants is made there, but the production itself has been moved to other countries. Jason Dedrick, a professor at the University of Syracuse, New York, has calculated that if you move the production of iPhone components to the United States, but still buy raw materials for them in global markets, the phone will rise in price by about $ 100.
Imagine now that Apple wants to achieve complete independence from other countries.