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By Jason Snell

Apple Q3 2020 results: Everything up

Warning: This story has not been updated in several years and may contain out-of-date information.

Apple’s results for its most recent financial quarter are out and they’re really good. The company was up in pretty much every category. It was, once again, a record for Apple’s third fiscal quarter.

Total revenue was $59.7 billion. Services hit $13.2 billion, wearables at $6.5 billion, Mac at $7.1 billion, iPad at 6.6 billion, and iPhone at $26.4 billion.

We’ll cover Apple’s quarterly phone call with analysts beginning at 2pm Pacific. In the meantime, here are a bunch of charts!

Apple quarterly revenue by category pie chart
Year-over-year total revenue change

Mac Revenue
Year-over-year Mac revenue change
Year-over-year iPad revenue change
iPad revenue
iPhone revenue
Year-over-year iPhone revenue change
Services revenue
Year-over-year Services revenue change
Year-over-year Wearables revenue change
Total Apple revenue
Total Apple profit
Percentage revenue by product line
Apple regional revenue (four-quarter average)
Apple regional year-over-year growth
Year-over-year Greater China revenue change

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