By Jason Snell
November 1, 2018 8:40 AM PT
Apple results: A record September quarter with $62.9B revenue
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.
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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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