Apple CEO Tim Cook has taken the stage at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California to talk about “the post-PC revolution” and Apple’s three post-PC products: the iPhone, iPod, and iPad. “In many ways, it’s reinventing portable computing, and outstripping the wildest of predictions,” Cook said to a room full of eager journalists.
76% of Apple’s revenue comes from these three products. “The post-PC world plays to our strengths.”
172 million iPhones, iPods, and iPads were sold in 2011 alone. Cook said, “PC is no longer the center of your digital world.”
“Apple has its feet firmly planted in the post-PC future.” Indeed.
Cook also talked about Apple’s continued retail growth and showed a video of the Grand Central Apple Store opening.
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