Apple's AirPods did ~$16B in 2020. More than: (LTM) • Mastercard ($15.4B) • Estee Lauder ($14.3B) • Adobe ($14.4B) • Kellogg ($13.9B) • Nordstrom ($11.6B) • eBay ($11.2B) • Uber ($10.8B) • Bed Bath ($9.9B) • Intuit ($8.9B) • Chipotle ($6.3B) • Under Armour ($4.8B)pic.twitter.com/yHN64lvI02
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Is this a good thing or a bad thing - in general? I do like my AirPods, though, either way.
Sounds bullish. Might go long Apple.
That's kind of scary...
That's the power of lifestyle marketing and exclusive products and experiences.
It would only be 8B if Airpods weren’t so easy to lose
Wow, I am blown away but not surprised. It seems like everyone has one.
This number could be much higher if there were fewer fake AirPodshttps://appleinsider.com/articles/21/07/16/us-customs-seizing-record-numbers-of-fake-airpods …
I am just trying to say that for each successful product, there is an equally successful black market.