Apple’s market value more than Microsoft, Google, Amazon and Facebook combined

Macworld Australia Staff
29 August, 2012
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In the lead up to a busy launch season expected in the coming weeks, Apple’s stock has been performing exceedingly well, reaching new records that place its overall value higher than competing players in the tech industry.

First noted by Twitter user @counternotions [via Mactrast] Apple’s market value – as of today – exceeds fellow tech pundits Microsoft, Google, Amazon and Facebook combined:

[Tweet by Kontra, image via Mactrast]

Kontra lists Apple’s market value at US$633 billion, in comparison to the combined worth of Microsoft, Google, Amazon and Facebook falling short at US$627 billion.

Apple’s rising stock value is likely attributed to the imminent release of its long-awaited iPhone 5 and iOS 6, both tipped for a September 12 launch, as well as the company’s rumoured iPad mini, expected to be announced some time in September.


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