Apple shared its quarterly results yesterday, which means we now know that the company had a record holiday quarter. Even iPhones sold well, with the iPhone 11 proving hugely popular in particular.
Hot on the heels of Apple announcing that it was not going to reach previously estimated revenue numbers, competitor Samsung has also announced that its quarterly profit and revenue numbers are short of those that were previously expected.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has sent a note to employees adding color to the revenue announcement, declaring that iPhone activations set a new record on Christmas Day, with the company also confirming that New Year's Day also saw a single-day App Store record set, too.
Apple has today announced its Q2 2017 earnings, and as expected the company is once again doing very well indeed. Following the release of its figures for the last full quarter it is now confirmed that those results include $52.8 billion in revenue and $11.03 billion in profit, coming from the sale of 50.8 million iPhones, 8.92 million iPads, 4.2 million Macs, and more.