iPhone 6 Gives Apple Record Quarter

Apple can look back at a record quarter mainly thanks to the iPhone 6. The company reported a net profit of $8.5 billion (+12.7%) and revenue increased 12.4% to $42.1 billion. The company said it sold 39.3 million iPhones during the quarter.

The big surprise however came in regards to Mac sales which increased 21% to 5.5 million units. That is impressive to say the least considering the slow PC market.

For the entire fiscal year Apple reported revenue of $182.8 billion and net profit of $39.5 billion.

Not everything was great though. iPad sales decreased 13% to 12.3 million units and Apple only sold 2.6 million iPods which is a 24% drop.

There is no stopping the Cupertino based company it seems. The holiday season has historically been the best quarter of the year and Apple is forecasting revenue between $63.5 and $66.5 billion.

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