Get ready for some rather large numbers.
This could very well be the year Apple hits $1 trillion in revenue from iOS.
At least 1.2 billion iPhone units have been sold in the last 10 years, and the combined total unit sales of iOS devices — including iPod touch, the iPad, the Apple Watch and Apple TV— will reach 1.75 billion over the same period. The latter group will likely top 2 billion units by the end of 2018.
If current predictions hold, revenue from iOS on product sales should hit $980 billion about halfway through 2017.
There are 17.5 trillion iPhone sessions annually, meaning 48 billion sessions per day.
Apple has also brought in more than $100 billion in terms of sales from its services sector, including apps, subscriptions and media.
$1 trillion+ | Amount Apple’s iOS revenue could hit in late 2017
1.2 billion | iPhone units sold in the last 10 years
1.75 billion | Combined total unit sales of other iOS devices — iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV, etc.
2 billion | Number of combined iOS unit sales (excluding iPhone) by the end of 2018
$980 billion | Value of iOS product sales by halfway through 2017 if current predictions hold
17.5 trillion | Annual iPhone sessions
48 billion | Daily iPhone sessions