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Apple released its most staggering quarterly results in history today, with all parts of the business showing dramatic growth. Here’s a look at some of the most impressive numbers just released by the company on its fiscal second quarter earnings call.
Revenue:$24.67 billion, up 82 percent from a year ago.
Net income: $5.99 billion, up 95 percent from a year ago.
Mac sales: 3.76 million units, up 28 percent from a year ago.
iPhone sales: 18.65 million units, up 113 percent from 8.8 million a year ago. Overall smartphone market growth is targeted at 74 percent, according to IDC. The iPhone is available from 186 carriers in 90 countries now. About 5.2 million units are in channel inventory. About 88 percent of Fortune 500 companies are deploying or testing iPhone. Corporations adopting include Cisco, Xerox, Deloitte, General Motors and more.
iPod sales: 9.02 million units, compared to 10.9 million a year ago. U.S. market share great than 70 percent, according to NPD.
iPad sales: 4.69 million (N/A year ago). iPad 2 launch March 11 in U.S. and 25 more countries by March 25. Available in 59 countries by end of March. No impact on supply chain as a result of Japan quake. Channel inventory is thin at 400,000 units. Overall 850,000 inventory. Enterprises deploying iPad include Xerox, ADP, Boston Scientific, Estee Lauder, and Disney. Adding 13 more countries next week.
Total iOS sales to date: 189 million.
iTunes sales: $1.4 billion. 1 billionth visitor coming soon.
eBooks: More than 100 million downloaded; store has 2,500 publishers.
apps: 350,000 available and more than 10 billion downloads. More than $2 billion pad to developers.
Japan quake: estimated $200 million less sales in upcoming fiscal third quarter due to disruption to business and supply chain from quake and tsunami.
Apple stores: 71.1 million visitors, compared to 47 million a year ago. $3.19 billion in revenue, up 90 percent. 797,000 Macs sold in stores, half to customers without Mac history. Average revenue per store $9.9 million, up 67 percent. More than 300 stores open now, 40 more opening in 2011, including fifth store coming soon in China.
Cash and cash equivalents: $65.8 billion, up $6.1 billion from previous quarter.
Third fiscal quarter outlook: $23 billion in revenue and $5.03 a share in earnings per share.
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