Revenue in China helps boost the company to a record second quarter, but the iPad remains a weak spot for Apple.
The world's largest software maker has to convince developers to write apps for the new version of its widely used operating system. But it also needs to win over customers, from consumers to businesses. That's no simple task.
The Apple Watch rollout hasn't been the smoothest experience, with buyers facing long shipping delays and confusion about how to actually buy the device, which was released Friday.
People may be curious about the Apple Watch, which got delivered to customers around the world on April 24. But when it comes to money, Apple's first wearable won't even be a blip in its financials.
CEO has plenty to say about iPhone and how happy people are with the company's first smartwatch, but he doesn't tell us anything about Apple Watch sales so far.
The Uncarrier march continues to pick up steam, but the growth is coming at a cost as the wireless carrier posts another loss because of its aggressive promotions.
Strong sales in the region during the Chinese New Year holiday pushed Apple to report higher smartphone sales than Wall Street anticipated.
Apple may have sold as many as 57 million iPhones last quarter, according to analyst Gene Munster. That would be a sharp jump from 43.7 million from a year ago. But would that make Wall Street happy?
Analysts estimate that Apple's preorders hovered around that milestone figure in the device's first weekend of availability.
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster also believes Apple could sell 300,000 of its smartwatches in the first 24 hours of preordering, which starts April 10.