Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Apple's Q1 2013 Earnings Set A New Record, 47.8M iPhone Sold

Earlier today Apple revealed their Q1 2013 earnings and as expected the posted a record breaking 13.1 billion in profit on a 54.5 billion in revenue. That is a slight increment from last year this time. Well in the sales department, Apple managed to sell 47.8 million iPhones opposed to 37.04 million last year. iPad sales in the other hands sold pretty well also with 22.9 million sold in one quarter. In conclusion Apple sod 75 million iOS device last quarter and additionally Apple has sold over 500 million iOS devices in total. Mac and iPad sales continue to slouch with 4.1 million and 12.75 million sales respectively. Additional info include:
  • iPhone sales in China have doubled year-over-year. The company posted $7.3 billion in revenue from the China region in Q1.
  • As we knew, Apple had delays producing its new iMac, and Peter Oppenheimer says that "we believe our Mac sales would have been much higher absent these constraints."
  • Apple's retail stores are averaging 23,000 visitors per week, a seven percent increase.
  • The company didn't specify its iPad mini sales, but Tim Cook said "we could not build enough iPad minis to come into a demand balance."
  • Apple says it has delivered 4 trillion notifications in Notification Center, and it has 200 million Game Center users.
  • Tim Cook says that the Apple TV remains "an area of intense interest," and that the company has sold over 2 million during the quarter — up almost 60 percent year-over-year.
"We’re thrilled with record revenue of over $54 billion and sales of over 75 million iOS devices in a single quarter. We’re very confident in our product pipeline as we continue to focus on innovation and making the best products in the world."-Tim Cook, CEO, Apple
Source: TheVerge & Phonearena
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