updated 08:15 am EST, Fri November 16, 2007
California store revenue
In the wake of glowing fourth quarter financial results, Apple's California stores are revealed to be bringing in the largest chunk of the company's retail revenue. California revenue came in at ~$180-million, with New York and Florida stores following at ~$110- and ~$60-million, respectively. In terms of average-per-store, California drops to 12th in the list, with New York (~$9 million), Illinois (~$7 million), and New Hampshire (~$6.5 million) filling in the top three spots. Per Capita earnings shift the table again, with an average customer sale netting ~$7.50 in Delaware, while Hawaii and New York see an average of ~$6.50 and ~$5.50 per customer sale.