Apple chief executive Tim Cook said the company’s App Store, represented by the large icon in the background, “provides enduring opportunities for entrepreneurship, health and well-being, education, and job creation” in a challenging time. Photo: Xinhua
Apple chief executive Tim Cook said the company’s App Store, represented by the large icon in the background, “provides enduring opportunities for entrepreneurship, health and well-being, education, and job creation” in a challenging time. Photo: Xinhua
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Apple-supported study says App Store spurs US$519 billion in sales

  • More than 85 per cent of that total sales estimate ‘accrues solely to third parties’, rather than Apple
  • The study’s release on Monday may address some antitrust concerns by the US government, as it shows the broader benefits of Apple’s App Store

Apple chief executive Tim Cook said the company’s App Store, represented by the large icon in the background, “provides enduring opportunities for entrepreneurship, health and well-being, education, and job creation” in a challenging time. Photo: Xinhua
Apple chief executive Tim Cook said the company’s App Store, represented by the large icon in the background, “provides enduring opportunities for entrepreneurship, health and well-being, education, and job creation” in a challenging time. Photo: Xinhua
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