According to Apple's CEO Tim Cook, Apple Watch has had its best quarter yet, with the wearable raking in record revenue for the company. Cook went as far as to say that the Apple Watch is selling so fast that the company "couldn't make enough" of them.
So yeah, Apple sold some stuff. Or lots of stuff, to be more accurate. Having already had a smashing first quarter, the Cupertino giant has now announced its Q2 2015 financial results for the quarter ending this past March and they're impressive to say the least. But we already expected that, didn't we?
Apple has just revealed the details of its quarterly earnings for the fourth fiscal quarter of 2014, which covers the three months leading up to September 27th. Bolstered by strong early iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sales, the figures make for impressive reading, particularly for those with a stake in the company, and with both profits and revenue up on this time last year, things are shaping up very nicely ahead of exciting new products like the Apple Watch.
Apple has posted its Q3 2014 earnings results, and as ever, the Cupertino giant has raked in revenues in billions, and has also revealed how many iPhone, iPads, iPods and Macs it has sold in the last quarter. Full details and breakdown of the earnings results can be found right here.
Apple's earnings call conferences tend to be of general interest to the wider on-looking tech community, particularly Q1, which covers the lucrative October-to-December holiday sales period. With the iPhone 5s having sold in unprecedented numbers for a new Apple smartphone (or any smartphone, for that matter), and the likes of the Retina iPad mini and iPad Air having debuted, this Q1 earnings call was always going to be impressive, and in actual fact, it was record-busting.
For people interested in the financial sector, April signifies an important time of the year, because companies report quarterly or annual financial results around this time. If you’ve been a regular reader of Redmond Pie, you know that we as a tech blog hold a certain interest in the performance of Cupertino giant, Apple Inc., and today, when the company reported its second quarter results for fiscal year 2013, we couldn’t help taking a look. Let’s share with you how Apple Inc. performed in this area this time around.
Microsoft announced on Tuesday record revenue numbers for the quarter ending on December 31, 2012. The full amount totaled at $21.46 billion, an increase from $20.89 billion in the same quarter in the previous year.
It's that time of the quarter again already - the time when analysts start guessing, journalists start analyzing and everyone else starts buying or selling Apple stock. That's right folks, it's Apple earnings call time!
That time we look forward to every three months has come around again with Apple announcing their earnings for Q3 of 2012. It seems that the world can't help but be fixated on the company's earnings call to see just how well the most profitable company in the world has done. As is always the case when these kind of figures are presented, they are compared against estimates made by experts in the industry as well as Apple's own projected earnings.
After strong holiday sales and the launch of the new iPhone 4S, allied to the much-delayed drop of iOS 5, we did indeed expect Apple’s earnings call to break records once again, and like clockwork, Tim Cook’s company did not disappoint shareholders.