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Tim Cook: 37 million iPhones, we had a ‘decent quarter’

Tim Cook is now talking numbers at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference where he called the company’s 37 million iPhones a “decent quarter,” and he noted it was 17 million more than the company ever reported before. Cook also talked about the potential for growth from the 9 percent of handsets Apple devices currently accounted for. He said Apple expects the market to hit 1 billion units by 2015, with approximately 25 percent coming from China and Brazil. Cook reiterated Apple’s focus on China, which accounted for $13 billion in revenue in 2011.He also noted revenue for Africa, the Middle East, and Greater China grew from $1.4 billion to $22 billion from 2007 to 2011.


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