Thursday, 24 July 2014

Apple sold 35.2m iPhones and 13.3m iPads in Q3 2014

"Apple has released its financial results for Q3 2014 (the three-month period ended 28 June), with revenues of $37.4bn (£21.9bn), up 5.9 per cent year-on-year but falling short of analysts’ expectations of $38bn.
Net profits for the quarter stood at $7.7bn, up 11.6 per cent.
Apple sold 35.2m iPhones, up 13 per cent over last year, and 13.3m iPads, down nine per cent. Apple reported that 59 per cent of the quarter’s revenues came from international sales, with particularly strong growth in the Middle East, China, and India.
Software and services revenue was $1.9bn, up 19 per cent, with the App Store topping a cumulative 75bn downloads."

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