Part of Apple’s 10K released this morning was news that iPhone revenues moved from around 5.68% of Apple’s total sales in 2008 to 18.48% in 2009, a 300% increase.  That translates into a dollar increase from $1.6 billion in 2008 to $6.2 Billion in 2009.

Fortune fired up the old Excel graphing function to create the charts at the right.  Notice the purple iPhone slice of pie is growing at such a fast rate that the other pieces of pie (iPod and Mac) may not be larger in the coming years.

Interestingly, revenues for both Mac and iPod were off slightly even if unit numbers were up on Mac products, most likely due to decreasing margins.

iTunes sales were also up significantly most likely on the strength of the App Store.  Software sales were also up slightly while Peripherl sales were down slightly.

Apple’s stock price is down today 2 points to 193, that’s off 14 points from its all time high from last week.


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