Apple App Store Breaks Customer Records With $1.7B In Billings

Posted: Aug 8 2015, 5:58am CDT | by , in News | Apple


Apple App Store Breaks Customer Records with $1.7B in Billings
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  • Apple store broke records in July with sales reaching over $1.7 billion.

The largest numbers of transactions by customers on the Apple store were seen in China.

Apple recently released data about its sale for  July. The documents were released perhaps to relieve concerns about Apple sales in China. The documents show Apple had its biggest sales in the month of July.

Customer transactions for July reached over $1.7 billion in billings. Apple had the largest number of transacting customers in July. The documents also reveal the growth of Apple in China. China also broke the records with the largest transactions made from the Chinese market.

The new app stores by Apple are also on the rise. Apple paid $8 billion to its App Store developers in 2015. Today Apple features more than 1.5 million mobile applications and games in its app store.

To date Apple has paid more than $33 billion to its App developers to come up with new apps. The regularity of such apps is the reason Apple is gaining prominence in China, according to TechCrunch.

The growth of apps in China shows no sign of slowing down. The role of China in the Apple apps ecosystem has been visible for some time. In April China had more iOS downloads recorded than even the US.

The Apple app market had seen a 30 percent increase in China. The market for apps rose because more people in China are now using the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

Since the new iPhone models contain bigger screen they have been more popular in the country. The Chinese population prefers to use their mobile instead of computers for online tasks. The bigger screens by Apple have therefore gained acceptance for iPhones. 

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