Apple held its conference call covering its Q2 2013 financials, and a mind boggling amount of numbers were tossed around. Let’s take a look at some of them.
Revenue was $43.6 billion (up from $39.2 billion in the year-ago quarter)
$9.5 billion in quarterly net profit, working out to earnings of $10.09 per share.
Product sold during Q2 2013:
- 37.4 million iPhones sold.
- 19.5 million iPads sold.
- ‘Just under’ 4 million Macs sold.
- 5.6M iPods sold.
Revenues grew $13 billion in first half of the year. Average weekly growth slowed to 19%.
The smartphone market is expected to double between 2012 and 2016, to 1.4 billion units annually. Tablets are seen as growing even faster.
Apple returned $10 billion under share repurchase and dividend payments.
The company expects to return $100 billion by the end of calendar 2015.
Apple is increasing their dividend by 15%, they will access the debt markets in order to do this.
The iPhone was #1 in Japan for all of calendar 2012 and Q4 2012. This is the first time a non-Japanese company has held the number one spot for an entire year.
IDC reports that the iPhone is number 1 or 2 in smartphone sales in half the countries IDC tracks.
The 95% loyalty rate among iPhone owners is “substantially higher” than the competition.
30,000 companies are distributing iOS apps to their employees.
Cisco’s Bring Your Own Device program increased iPhones connecting to its network by 50%.
19.5 million iPads were sold vs. 11.8 million year-over-year.
96% of iPad customers report that they are satisfied with their tablets.
There is a 4-5 week supply of Mac channel inventory.
5.6 million iPods were sold, the iPod Touch accounts for more than half of those sales.
The iPod’s share of the U.S. MP3 player market was more than 70%.
Sunday marks the 10th anniversary of Apple’s iTunes Music Store.
Apple has music stores in 119 countries, the iBookstore is in 155 countries, and the App Store is in 155 countries, covering 90% of world’s population.
850,000 iOS apps, 350,000 apps for iPad.
App downloads have passed 45 billion.
iOS app developers have collected $9 billion total.
The iPad accounted for 82% of all North American tablet traffic in March.
300 million people are currently using iCloud.
$5.2 billion in retail sales, up 19%.
402 Apple retail stores, including 151 outside the US. The company is set to open 30 new stores in fiscal 2013, plus 20 stores will be remodeled.
Average revenue per store: $13.1 million vs $12.2 million year-over-year.
91 million visitors to the stores, compared to 85 million year-over-year. 78,000 visitors per store per week.
WHEW! I know I missed a few, but the list above gives you a good idea of just what kind of numbers Apple works with every quarter. Be sure to keep checking MacTrast as we continue our coverage of Apple’s financial report for Q2 2013.