Apple spent $ 33 million on mergers and acquisitions of small companies in 2021. For the first time so little in 12 years

Apple spent $ 33 million on acquisitions of other companies in 2021, follows from Apple reporting analysisby analyst Neil Seabart.

This is the lowest figure for the company since 2009 and all the time that Tim Cook has led Apple.

In the past, Apple allocated a lot more money to buy other companies. Apple has spent $ 20.6 billion on mergers and acquisitions since 2006.

The analyst attributes the sharp decline in costs to the imminent release of the mixed reality helmet. In previous years, Apple has been actively buying companies that develop AR and VR. Now that she has enough technology to sell her helmet, she has stopped buying other players.

A new spike in acquisitions could begin when the self-driving car project moves into active development. [iClarified]

Source: — Новости высоких технологий, обзоры смартфонов, презентации Apple by

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