Apple’s App Store Saw $1.7B in Billings And Broke Customer Records In July

Apple’s App Store Saw $1.7B in Billings And Broke Customer Records In July

By Sarah Perez Perhaps to counter concerns over iPhone sales and China, Apple this week released numbers related to the App Store’s growth that demonstrate the very real impact China is having on its app ecosystem and developer community. The company said that, in July, it had its largest number of transacting customers with over $1.7 billion in billings. In addition, the same month broke… Read More

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