iPhone, iPad and Mac sales are all up before iPhone 8
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.
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