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iPhone, iPad and Mac sales are all up before iPhone 8Apple sits on $261.5 billion, product sales are up and Apple's services are the size of a Fortune 100 company.
Apple announced their earning results for the third fiscal quarter of 2017, which is the second quarter of the calendar year.Apple posted revenue of $ 45.4 billion and a net quarterly profit of $8.7 billion. The Big A sold 41 million iPhones in the quarter, just a tad bit higher than the 40.4 million from the same quarter lase year. Mac sales rose to 4.29 compared to 4.25 a year ago. And the iPad has finally turned things around after 13 straight quarters of declining sales. iPads jumped up to 11.42 million units sold compared to 9.95 a year ago. Now you can thank the new iPad Pro and the low cost iPad from earlier this year for ending the curse. Apple watch sales jump up 50% sales, and is the number one selling smartwatch in the world, but they still will report unit sold. Apple services business which includes the Appstore, ApplePay, Apple Music, iCloud [UNKNOWN] and more. Hitting all time high of $7.3 billion of revenue making it the size of a Fortune 100 company. And if you want to know how much cash Apple is sitting on now they told us $261.5 billion of cash. This is before the next iPhone announcement. And right now Apple has all the mo going into September. I'm Brain tong. Stick with us for the latest news and more at Cnet.com.