Apple is still riding high on the tails of a blockbuster quarter, according to a new profit statement released today. Over the past three months, the company recorded a total of $89.6 billion in profit.
Unsurprisingly, today’s results couldn’t be more diverse than what the company detailed this time last year. CEO Tim Cook noted prior to earnings day that the company would miss its previously issued revenue guidance, and nodded to COVID-19’s “unprecedented global impact” in Apple’s official profit press release.
The company still reported 1 percent year-over-year income growth back then, but Apple’s recent performance proposes a return to business as normal. As mentioned, iPhone sales accounted for more than half of the company’s overall income this quarter.
Surprisingly, Mac sales hit a high watermark this quarter as well. The company’s computers are netted $9.1 billion in income, which represents yet another all-time record for Apple. Apple made more from Mac sales over the last three months than it did amid 2020’s back-to-school season.
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