By Jason Snell
November 1, 2018 8:40 AM PT
Last updated July 30, 2020
Apple results: A record September quarter with $62.9B revenue
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Apple reported the results from its fiscal fourth quarter Thursday, saying it generated $62.9 billion in revenue, with Services revenue reaching an all-time high of $10 billion. iPhone sales were up slightly over the same quarter last year, but iPhone revenue during the same period was up 29 percent. Mac sales dropped 2 percent but Mac revenues rose 3 percent. iPad unit sales fell 6 percent and iPad revenues dropped 19 percent.
A phone call with analysts is forthcoming. We’ll be here with llive coverage of the analyst call, and more. And yes, if you want to be in on the excitement of the analyst call1, you can listen to it too.
- When Tim says “this is Tim” or “customer sat” you have to drink. When analysts ask for “more color”, an Apple exec drinks. ↩
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