Apple Q2 2012 earnings by the numbers

Apple had another humongous quarter in Q2 buoyed by the sale of the new iPad, with results that once again beat high Wall Street expectations. Apple earned a record profit of $11.6 billion on revenue of $39.2 billion and sold 11.8 million iPads.

The company followed an already strong Q1, which also beat expectations. In that quarter, the company sold a record 37 million iPhone units with revenue of $46.33 billion.

Here’s a brief look at Apple’s big Q2 numbers:

Revenue: $39.2 billion, compared to $24.7 billion in the year-ago quarter

Net income: $11.6 billion, compared to $6.0 billion in the year-ago quarter

Earnings per diluted share: $12.30 per share, compared to $6.40 per share in the year-ago quarter

Cash reserves: $110 billion, up from $81.5 billion six months ago

iPhone sales: 35.1 million units, an 88 percent growth over the year-ago quarter

iPad sales: 11.8 million units, a 151 percent growth over the year-ago quarter

Mac sales: 4 million units, a 7 percent growth over the year-ago quarter

iPod sales: 7.7 million units, a 15 percent decline from the year-ago quarter

iCloud customers: 125 million

Apple store revenues: $4.4 billion, up 38 percent from last year

Apple with money photo: Serg64/Shutterstock


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