ARS Technica reports a massive 70 percent of Apple's revenue now comes from iOS based products:
Breaking down Apple's revenue by product segment, the largest chunk is still coming from iPhones (41 percent) and iPads (26 percent). Macs, especially laptops, still account for 22 percent of the revenue stream. iPods are an ever smaller slice of revenue.
Looking at the numbers a little differently, iOS devices and related products account for 70 percent of Apple's revenue, 22 percent from Macs, and 8 percent from everything else.
Interestingly, AllThingsD points out that China now represents 16 percent of Apple's revenue, versus only 2 percent just two years ago.
China, which is the company’s second-largest market, accounted for 16 percent of Apple’s sales during the past quarter, with $4.5 billion in revenue, a year-over-year increase of 270 percent.
By comparison, in fiscal 2009 China accounted for only 2 percent of Apple revenue. Now “the sky is the limit,” Cook said.