When you think of Apple, you probably think of its massive brand name, its enormous supply chain and its huge profits.
But in reality, Apple is a relatively small company.
Its revenues are only $200 billion, or about 0.2% of Apple’s $5.4 trillion market value.
Its annual sales are less than $2 billion, which is about half of the market value of Google and less than half of that of Facebook.
Apple’s market capitalization is less than 3% of the entire market.
Apple isn’t even worth a cent of Google’s market value, which was $7.8 trillion last year.
So how does Apple manage to keep its massive market share, its huge margins and its incredible brand name?
To get a sense of how Apple manages to keep a massive market in place, we took a look at how it operates in a number of industries.
The first is manufacturing.
Apple has nearly 20,000 employees in North America, accounting for more than 80% of its manufacturing work.
But those employees only make about one-third of the products Apple makes.
The company sells a lot of iPhones, iPads and Macs.
They also produce the computers and the computers that run Apple’s iOS and OS X software.
In addition, Apple’s sales and profits are largely generated by advertising.
The iPhone’s sales are more than $50 billion a year, according to the company.
The iPad’s sales in the same period are estimated at $7 billion.
The Mac is worth about $2.5 billion.
Apple sells about 90 million iPhones each year.
Apple accounts for about 10% of all the world’s smartphone sales, according a study published by market researcher Gartner.
That’s more than any other company.
Apple has been a leader in the computer and computer-related industry for years, but it is starting to feel the effects of the Apple boycott.
A growing number of tech companies, such as Google and Amazon, are refusing to sell Apple products.
Last week, Microsoft, Facebook and Amazon also halted sales.
This week, Facebook announced it would start charging for ads on the website for the first time.
The move will also be used as a bargaining chip with the government, which could force the companies to negotiate higher prices with consumers.
The boycott could also affect Apple’s ability to sell its own hardware.
Apple does not have a physical store, so most of its products are made in China.
The Chinese government controls a significant portion of the worlds largest online retailer, Alibaba.
Alibaba, which has more than 2.2 billion users, owns about 40% of Google.
The two companies also operate a number-two market share of the iPad.
And they control roughly a third of the global Mac market.
As a result, it is easy to see why Apple is in such a hurry to shut down its stores.
The problem is not just the boycotts, however.
Apple also faces a number other problems, according the Center for Economic and Policy Research, which tracks tech industry trade.
The first is the fact that most of Apple ‘s revenue comes from the sale of computer components.
This includes most of the iPhones and iPads, as well as most of Android smartphones, tablets and other Apple devices.
The computers Apple sells have become essential to the business.
They run the software that powers the computers you use.
They are also the source of many of the profits.
These computers are often the very products that the Apple brand is built on.
That is why they are such a big part of Apple culture.
But Apple doesn’t have a significant presence in the electronics industry, where most of these parts come from.
Most of the components are made by China, the second-largest electronics exporter in the world after the United States.
That leaves Apple with a large number of very small businesses.
It has an extremely small amount of manufacturing capacity.
Its workforce is mainly from China, and many of its workers live and work in China for years.
There is no infrastructure to make its products more widely available, and Apple is forced to rely on its suppliers to make and distribute the products.
The second problem is that Apple’s profits are not all that high.
The average annual earnings for Apple’s employees, including stock options and bonuses, is about $6,000, according an analysis by the Boston Consulting Group.
But it’s much lower than that for most other tech companies.
Apple makes almost all of its profits from software and hardware sales, not from software itself.
And that means Apple’s earnings are more or less stagnant.
The companies largest annual profits are made from software sales, which account for about 20% of sales.
That makes Apple one of the biggest losers from the boycott.
But Apple has plenty of other problems as well.
Its biggest competitor is Amazon.
Amazon has over $3 trillion in sales and is the largest online retailers in the United State.
It sells everything from computers to household appliances to home goods.
Amazon is also a major supplier of