Apple recorded record sales of $46.33 billion in its first post-Jobs quarterly report, according to CNNMoney.
Apple’s CEO Tim Cook was especially pleased with the numbers:
“We’re thrilled with our outstanding results and record-breaking sales of iPhones, iPads and Macs,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “Apple’s momentum is incredibly strong, and we have some amazing new products in the pipeline.”
Here is a breakdown of Apple’s record-breaking sales:
Sales: $46.33 billion, up 73.3% year over year
EPS: $13.87, up 115.7%
iPhone: 37.04 million units, up 128%, compared with 40% for rest of market
iPad: 15.4 million units, up 111%
Mac: 5.2 million units, up 25.8%, compared with 0% growth for the PC market
Asian Mac sales: up 58%
iPod: 15 million units, down 22.9%, more than half iPod touches
iTunes store revenue: $1.7 billion
Gross margin: 44.7%, up from 40.3% last quarter
Revenue guidance: $32.5 billion
EPS guidance: $8.50
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