Chart: Apple’s new revenue streams


Philip Elmer-DeWitt is a senior editor at Fortune.

Fully 60% of Apple's (aapl) quarterly sales now come from two products -- the iPhone and the iPad -- that didn't exist three years ago.

"Note the seasonality with the holiday spikes," writes Asymco's Horace Dediu, who created the graph. "This last quarter is not a holiday quarter. Now imagine what next quarter will look like on this chart."

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