When companies such as Apple reach a certain size and value, financial analysts start to discover interesting facts, one such company is Stock analysis firmTrefis. Trefis looked at Apple and their product mix and came to the conclusion that the iPhone line accounts for about 53.5% of Apple’s stock value, this compared to Macs which account for a mere 18.3%.
The company then assigned a price estimate of $418 a share to AAPL. Through applying these assumptions to the information above they concluded that the iPhone would account for $209 billion of the estimated $391 billion value for Apple.
TUAW compared these numbers to the financial figures of other companies and found out that $209 billion… puts just the iPhone product line at Apple ahead of consumer giants like Coca-Cola ($138 billion), tech heavyweight Google ($204 billion).
While we don’t see Apple creating an iPhone Inc. anytime soon, we still think that these figures are very interesting.