We knew it sold more than the Zune, Windows Phone and Xbox, but nobody expected the iPhone to sell more than all of them combined.
Yet, according to Vanity Fair, it does.
"One Apple product, something that didn't exist five years ago, has higher sales than everything Microsoft has to offer," wrote Kurt Eichenwald in a rather scathing Steve Ballmer article from this month's Vanity Fair.
"More than Windows, Office, Xbox, Bing, Windows Phone and every other product that Microsoft has created since 1975. In the quarter ended 31 March 2012, iPhone had sales of $22.7bn; Microsoft Corporation, $17.4bn."
The shocking statistic comes in the same week that Apple becomes the most valuable company to ever hit Wall Street. Apple stock hit $661.25 a share this week, building up the company's total market cap to $619.38bn. Those share prices eclipsed a previous high set by Microsoft in 1999.
The great American author F Scott Fitzgerald once said: "There are no second acts in American lives," but judging by those figures he was wrong.
It wasn't that long ago that Apple was in worse shape than modern day RIM. The company was run into the ground and looked to be on its death bed just 15 years ago.
Then, of course, Steve Jobs came back into the Apple fold and slowly but surely brought his company back to prominence.
It started when Apple introduced the iPod and changed the way people dealt with music. Then, the company threw a phone in the iPod and changed the way people thought about their cellphone. Oh yeah, and they also made this tablet thing along the way.
Despite all of Apple's success, one has to wonder, is this Apple's peak? Don't get me wrong, if this is Apple's apex its one heck of a peak. Being the number one stock of all time and crushing your main competitor of the last 20 years is a climax if there ever was one.
Of course, time has proven nothing lasts forever. With court cases, new management and continuing competition from the likes of Android, Apple has to hit a downslide at some point.
So, is this the peak or in two years will iPhone 6 come out and blow everybody's minds again? Apple may have proven life has second acts, but the real question is what's next?
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