New documents unveiled by Apple during the lawsuit against Samsung give a surprising amount of insight into the sales of the iPhone, iPhone and iPod touch. The documents stated that Apple in the past five years averaged $ 590 in sales made for each iPhone sold. By iPad was on average $ 560 in revenue booked. The figures look to the U.S. market.
The figures show that the iPhone and iPad especially in the United States is sold. That in itself is nothing new, since Apple in the past America as its largest market labeled, but the documents have figures to support this. It shows that 85 million iPhones sold in the United States. In late June Strategy Analytics has estimated that worldwide 250 million iPhones have been sold.
Even rival Samsung is in the documents discussed. Between June 2010 and June 2012, Samsung smartphones sold 21.25 million, which equates to $ 7.5 billion in revenue. At the same time, there were 1.4 million Galaxy Tab tablets for $ 644 million in revenue sold. The Galaxy Prevail, a budget smartphone from Samsung, was 2.25 million copies sold, making it the best selling model.
Below you can see in detail how many iPhones have been sold per quarter and how much revenue it yielded. For all documents, please contact AllThingsD. These are not the first documents in the lawsuit to be brought forward: earlier this week appeared a document from Samsung, which showed how they looked to the iPhone to Samsung phones to improve.