In terms of market capitalization (or share value), Apple is the largest company in the United States. You can try to imagine just how massive the company is. Their shares are currently valued at $626 billion. That is absolutely massive, because the runner-up (Microsoft) is valued at almost half of that. But exactly how big is Apple, here are some comparisons to put things into perspective.
Apple’s Last quarter Revenue ($42.1 Billion) Is More Than The Economy Of Turkmenistan
Apple’s Cash Reserve Are $155 billion, Enough To Split Among 316 Million (US population) With Everyone Getting $490
Enough Money To Buy 2,384 Gulfstream G650 Airplanes
Sold Enough Macs In The Last Three Months To Give One To The Entire Population Of Minnesota
Sold Enough iPhones In The Last Three Months To Give One To Every Canadian And Still Have Some Left
If Apple Were A Country, It Would Be The World’s 27th Largest Economy
Sold Enough iDevices In The Last 12 Months To Give 10 Devices To Everyone In North Korea
Apple Could Sell 30 million Apple Watches In Two Years According To One Estimate. That Would Generate Enough Revenue To Match Nicaragua’s Current Economy
Thats Enough Money To Buy The Roman Abramovich’s “Eclipse” Yacht 433 times
Without a doubt, Apple is a huge company with many great products in its portfolio. What new innovations will Apple introduce to the world in the future? Only time will tell.