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Apple generates about two-thirds of its revenue from the iPhone, and it's believed the bulk of its profit also comes from the smartphone. Samsung's mobile and components business both comprise nearly half of its sales, but the majority of its profit -- in the case of the first quarter, about 75 percent -- comes from its chip business.
That has boosted Samsung's results even as the TV market stagnates and the mobile market matures. Last year, Samsung became the world's biggest semiconductor maker in terms of revenue, beating out the long-term leader Intel.
This quarter, Samsung's memory business revenue soared 43 percent to Its overall semiconductor business sales jumped 33 percent to Samsung said the operations benefited from strong demand for memory chips in servers and graphics products. Its overall semiconductor business got a boost from strong demand for semiconductors used in smartphones and crypto-currency mining.
Along with flash memory and DRAM, Samsung builds processors that act as the brains of devices, and it manufactures displays and various other components. It not only uses components it builds in its own devices but also sells them to customers like Apple. It warned demand should remain weak for OLED in the second quarter.
That's likely because of expected new iPhones from Apple that will use the technology. Sales climbed 23 percent from the same period a year ago to But the similarity of Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus to their year-old predecessors could be hurting demand for the newer devices.
Research firm Canalys estimated Samsung shipped just over 8 million Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus units in the first four weeks after launch, about level with last year's Galaxy S8 sales but falling short of 's Galaxy S7.
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Transcript of Google, Apple, and Microsoft Struggle for Your internet Experience. Case Study 7: Google, Apple, and Microsoft Struggle for Your Internet Experience 1. Compare the business models and areas of strength of Apple, Google, and Microsoft.
The current Apple business model follows three.