- $28.57 billion in revenue (+82% Y-o-Y) with $7.79 billion profit(+120%). That's up from second quarter's $25 billion in revenue and $6 billion in profit respectively.
- Over 222 million cumulative iOS device sales ever, compared to 130 million Android devices
- The iPad is now the number 2 business for Apple behind the iPhone, overtaking the Mac
- International sales now account for 62 percent of Apple's quarterly revenue. Sales in greater China, which includes China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, accounted for $3.8 billion for the quarter.
- Apple now has $76 billion in cash. That’s a nearly $10 billion surge in three months.
- Using this quarter’s net profits alone, Apple could buy the bottom 16 countries of the world outright. Its total cash can now buy bottom 40
- 20.34 iPhones sold, representing 142% unit growth over the year-ago quarter, more than double IDC's estimate of overall smartphone market
- Developing and emerging markets especially important for iPhone growth - Added 42 new carriers in 15 different countries throughout the quarter, with China, Latin America, and the Middle East driving increasing numbers
- 9.25 million iPads sold with over $6 billion in revenue. This is up from 4.69 million iPads sold in Q2 2011
- Launched iPad in 36 additional countries during the quarter, ending with availability in 64 countries
- 86 percent of Fortune 500 are deploying or testing the iPad, up from 75% during the previous quarter
- Now selling more iPads to K-12 (schools) than Macs, which is a revelation given that education has been a traditional Mac stronghold
- Mac sales were 3.95 million, up 14 % from 3.47 million a year ago. This growth rate is almost 5x the PC industry growth rate.
- MacBook Pro highest selling Mac model
- Performance particularly strong in Asia, up 57% year over year
- iPod sales continued their steady decline in the most recent quarter, slipping 20% YoY to 7.54 million units
- iPod touch accounted for half of all 7.5 million iPods sold during the quarter.
- 425,000 apps, 15 billion downloads. $2.5 billion paid out to developers
- iTunes revenue up 36% year-over-year. Over 225 million accounts, leading music retailer
- Revenue from retail segment rose 36% to $3.5 billion on higher volume sales of Macs and iPads
- Opened 4 new stores during the quarter to end with 327 stores, average revenue per store rose roughly 20 percent to $10.8 million.
- The stores hosted 73.7 million visitors during the June quarter, up from 60.5 million during the year-ago quarter.
- Apple's personal set-up program within the stores got off to a strong start, with Apple having set up over 2 million total Macs, iPhones, iPods and iPads during the quarter.
- Plans to open 30 new stores in the September quarter alone, including the first store in Hong Kong