The Apple Q1 2015 Earnings Call By the Numbers

The Apple Q1 2015 Earnings Call By the Numbers

Here are some of the more interesting facts and figures from today’s Apple Q1 2015 earnings call from Apple’s Tim Cook and Luca Maestri.

The Apple Q1 2015 Earnings Call By the Numbers

From Apple CEO Tim Cook:

There were 34,000 iPhones sold every hour during the quarter. The iPhone is available in 130 countries, and this was the fastest and most successful iPhone rollout ever.

Strong performance resulted in total company revenue of $74.6 billion, earnings of $18 billion. All-time records. Revenue up 30%, profit up 38% over last year. Earnings per share up even more, 48% to $3.06, an all-time quarterly record

The 1 billionth iOS device has been sold, it was a space gray 64GB iPhone 6 Plus, which Tim Cook says is being kept at Apple.

Swift/Xcode tools were downloaded more than 11 million times.

Apple’s HealthKit is now integrated in 600 apps.

Around 750 banks and credit unions are signed on to bring Apple Pay, and 3 months after launch, $2 out of every $3 spent using contactless payments made is made via Apple Pay. (VISA/MC/AMEX)

Apple Pay makes up 80% of mobile payment transactions at Panera. While Whole Foods has seen mobile payments rise more than 400%.

Apple Watch development is on schedule, and the new wearable device will ship in April.

The Apple/IBM MobileFirst partnership delivered their first iOS apps in December. Another 12 apps will launch this quarter including those in Health Care, Energy and Utilities and Industrial products. 22 apps total, 100 apps by the end of 2015.

More than a dozen Enterprise customers have already signed on as clients.

ConnectED Project: 114 schools across 29 states to receive an Apple ConnectEd grant.

Product(RED): Holiday shopping season promotion, which donated proceeds from 25 apps, plus a portion of sales at retail and online stores on two of the year’s busiest shopping days. Apple’s donations set a new record.

CFO Luca Maestri:

$18 billion in net income, beating previous record by almost $5 billion. $3.06 earnings per diluted share. Cash flow from operations was $33.7 billion, which was a new record.

74.5 million iPhones sold, 46% growth over last year. Sales up 44% in U.S., up 97% in BRIC countries. Sales doubled year-over-year in China, Brazil and Singapore.

Apple could not reach iPhone 6/6 Plus supply/demand balance until this month.

Working with 375 carriers, to cover over 72% of world’s mobile phone subscriber base. Over 210k points of sale for iPhone.

December Changewave survey showed 97% customer satisfaction rating for the iPhone.

Sales of the Mac showed a 14% growth rate, with the popularity of the Retina iMac driving an all time record for Mac revenue at $6.9 billion. Gained market share in 34 of the last 35 quarters.

The iPad sold 21.4 million units, a 4.6 million unit drop from last year.

App Store revenue grew 41% in the quarter. iOS developers have earned over $25 billion from the App Store to date.

iTunes sales of media and software were $2.6 billion vs $2.4 billion year ago.

Apple Retail added 10 new stores for a total of 447. 182 stores are located outside the US. 2 new stores opened this month in Greater China, the company is on track to have 40 stores there by mid-2016.

Apple has $178 billion in cash plus marketable securities, up $22.7 billion.