Founded over 40 years ago, Apple has grown from a garage experiment into the most valuable company in the U.S. stock markets, commanding a market capitalization of over $800 billion. Fortune magazine ranks Apple as the ninth-largest company in the world and third-largest in the U.S. in terms of revenue.
But what if Apple was more than just a company? What if, Apple was a country, a standalone state with definite land mass, a robust economy and tangible reserves? This is what it would look like.
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