By Jason Snell
May 2, 2017 1:19 PM PT
Apple Q2 2017: No records, slight growth
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Apple’s results for its second fiscal quarter of 2017 were released Tuesday, and they were in line with the company’s guidance from three months ago. Apple reported $52.9 billion in revenue, up from $50.6 billion last year.
iPhone unit sales were down slightly, but iPhone revenue was up slightly—so let’s call it flat. Mac sales were up, as was revenue and average selling price—a sign that the new MacBook Pro models have continued to sell well. The iPad continued its decline, with the smallest number of iPads sold in a quarter in six years.
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