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By Jason Snell

Apple’s dramatic Q1 2019 results

Warning: This story has not been updated in several years and may contain out-of-date information.

Apple on Tuesday announced its latest quarterly results, which featured $84.3 billion in revenue—the company’s second-biggest quarter ever, but down 5 percent from its largest-ever quarter a year ago.

iPhone revenue was down. Services revenue grew 19 percent. The iPad, boosted by the release of the new iPad Pro, grew 17 percent. Mac revenue grew 9 percent and the new Wearables/Home/Accessories—formerly known as Other—grew 33 percent.

In general it’s a positive result after the company had to warn investors that it wouldn’t be able to hit the numbers it forecast back in November.

See a transcript of the analyst call here.

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