Apple has released their financial results for the third fiscal quarter of 2013 (ending June 29, 2013), beating Wall Street estimates by announcing quarterly revenues of $35.23 billion, sales of 31.2 million iPhones, 14.6 million iPads, and 3.8 million Macs. In total, they brought in a net profit of $6.9 billion for the quarter. Notably, that makes this the best quarter for iPhone sales of all time – although iPads and Macs slipped significantly.
By comparison, analysts expected revenues of $35.37 million, and sales of 27.12 million iPhones and 18.04 million iPads. Apple also barely made a year-over-year increase from the third quarter of 2012, in which they reported $35 billion in revenue. Considering Apple lack of major product releases so far this year, however, their performance is better than many expected.
Apple’s full press release can be found over on their investor site, with all the nitty gritty details. Apple’s earnings conference call is set to begin in about 10 minutes, where Tim Cook and company will divulge even more details about their performance, expectations for the fall, and future quarters, and more.
You can tune into Apple’s conference call live through this link!