How Much Revenue Do Apple's Pro Apps Bring In?

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In a post on his blog, editor Alex Gollner examines how much revenue Apple's Pro Apps (like Final Cut Pro) bring in for the company.

He writes, "These days Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X users may love their software, but many are worried that Apple might discontinue them at any moment. Pro Apps are such a small contributor to Apple's bottom line, and the transition from Final Cut Pro 7 to Final Cut Pro X has left many people gun-shy. They don't want to bet their livelihood on an ecosystem that Apple may abandon at a whim. Here's a look at how much revenue Apple probably gets from selling Pro Apps, some worries might be alleviated."

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