Apple's Q1 2012, which runs between September 25th to December 31st, 2011 is quite special. It included the iPhone 4S launch and the holiday sales. How did Apple fare up? Well, quite brilliantly.
Apple took in $46.3 billion in revenue (compared to $28.3 billion in the previous quarter), with a record quarterly profit of $13.06 billion. 37.04 million iPhones were sold in this period, compared to just 17.07 million sold in the previous quarter.
iPads saw a nice shipment total, too, with 15.43 million iPads being sold, compared to 11.1 million in the previous quarter. Macs and iPods saw 5.2 million and 15.4 million, respectively. Compared to the previous quarter of 4.89 million and 6.62 million, respectively.
This has been Apple's first $40 billion quarter.
Last updated: Nov 30, -0001 at 12:00 am CST
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