Apple is at the forefront of the post-PC revolution – Tim Cook


It wouldn’t be an Apple event without CEO Tim Cook giving us a lowdown on how Apple’s been performing lately, can it? The Apple head-honcho has posted some staggering stats for the company’s sales performance from last year, with Tim saying that “Apple has it’s feet firmly on the the post PC future.” Their revenues show it – Tim says 76% of Apple’s revenue has come from post PC devices (that includes iPads, iPhones and iPods), and has sold a staggering 315 million iOS devices last year, with 62 million of those sold in Q4 of 2011. 15.4 million iPads has been sold the last quarter. Impressive Mr. Cook. Most impressive. What will this mean for the company’s notebook line? At this point, it’s still up in the air, but one thing’s for sure – Apple’s hedging their bets on iOS and the mobile space.

Source: Engadget