Apple's Q2: By the numbers

After months of speculation, there's something in Apple's Q2 report for bulls and bears. Here's the scorecard.

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Wall Street will have to make up its mind about Apple's downbeat forecast for the next quarter. But the company came in ahead of estimates during its first second quarter. Here's how Apple fared in the quarter compared:uct:

  • iPhones: 37.4 million iPhones compared to 35.1 million year-over-year
  • iPads: 19.5 million compared to 11.8 million year-over-year
  • Macs: 3.95 million, compared to 4 million year-over-year
  • iPods: 5.7 million compared to 7.7 million year-over-year
  • iTunes revenue up 28%
  • App Store now in 155 countries and 350,000 apps
  • 91 million visitors to Apple stores compared to 85 million visitors year-over-year
  • Revenue from retail was $5.2 billion, up 19%
  • 45 billion app downloads
  • $9 billion paid to developers, $4.5 billion in the most recent quarter.
Financial:

  • Net income: $9.5 billion compared to $11.6 billion
  • Revenue: $43.6 billion compared to $39.2 billion
  • Operating expenses: $3.8 billion compared to $3.2 billion.
  • China: $8.8 billion in revenues, up 11 percent
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