Another Apple quarter for the record books
Apple blew past the Wall Street moneymen's predictions for its financial performance in the second quarter of its fiscal year 2011, posting record Q2 revenue of $24.67bn along with record Q2 net profit of $5.99bn.
"We're firing on all cylinders," said CEO Steve Jobs in a prepared statement. "We will continue to innovate on all fronts throughout the remainder of the year," he added.
Those numbers were goosed by sales of 18.65 million iPhones, up 113 per cent year-on-year and 3.76 million Macs – 2.9 million of them being MacBooks – up 28 per cent. The company also sold 4.69 million iPads during the quarter.
Apple's only declining segment was iPods, which, with 9.02 million sold, which was 17 per cent down from the year-ago quarter. Frankly, though, with the iPhone having become the go-to digital music device for millions of users, who really cares about that slippage?
Apple stuns Wall Street with 95% earnings surge • The Register
I know Apples ipods, and other mobiles have a great features so obviously anyone can say Apple can create this great record with this record if Apple decrease its price on mobiles and ipods and other accessories then another record will also get with a remarkable sales.
Apple is already price-competitive and essentially selling everything it can produce, so I don't anticipate price drops anytime soon
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