Apple Storms into the Ranking of Top 5 Manufacturers of Mobile Processors

The Cupertino Company finds itself in the first and second positions of smartphone and table processors ranking accordingly with respect to the generation of revenue

Oct 12 2013, 9:03am CDT | by

Apple Storms into the Ranking of Top 5 Manufacturers of Mobile Processors
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According to Apple Insider, the tech giant has entered into the top 5 list of mobile processor manufacturers, in terms of the revenue generation.

The A1 Series processor, used in iPhones and iPads, enables Apple to snatch 15% and 34% revenues of smartphone and tablet processors respectively in the quarter year. The tech giant becomes first in the category of tablet processors, but remains in the second position in the smartphone processor category, just behind Qualcomm.

Apple’s massive 34% revenue is three times greater than its fierce competitors-Samsung and MedieTek, who posses only 10% share.

With the release of upcoming products of outstanding features, Apple is looking to stay in the ranking for a longer period of time.

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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