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The iPhone Now Accounts For 75% Of Apple's Profit - And It's Actually Good News
- A declining iPad business makes Apple even more dependent on the iPhone.
- Being the device with the highest GM, the iPhone is responsible for a disproportionate amount of the company's profit.
- Given the current smartphone landscape, this could actually be a positive for Apple going forward.
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