Apple Reports Record Results for 1Q 2017: $17.9B Profit on $78.4B Revenue, 78.3M iPhones - Mac Rumors

Apple today announced financial results for the first fiscal quarter of 2017, which corresponds to the fourth calendar quarter of 2016. For the quarter, Apple posted revenue of $78.4 billion and net quarterly profit of $17.9 billion, or $3.36 per ...

Apple Watch Sets All Time Revenue Record in Q1 2017 - Mac Rumors

Apple does not break out sales of the Apple Watch like it does for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, but according to Apple CEO Tim Cook, the Apple Watch set all time unit and revenue records during the first fiscal quarter of 2017, suggesting significant ...

Apple's Shares Are Poised For a Big Jump, Some Analysts Say - Fortune

Apple's stronger than expected financial results for its all-important holiday quarter on Tuesday prompted many analysts to raise their price targets for its stock. The company's record $78.4 billion in quarterly sales were up 3% from last year ...

The iPad is on life support - ZDNet

Apple CEO Tim Cook says that he remains "bullish," but the numbers suggest that this is little more than putting a brave face on things. Must read: Five things you shouldn't buy from Apple. The problem facing the iPad is that it's past its peak. In ...

Tim Cook's Life Hints Apple's Vision for the Home - Fortune

Apple has a plan for your life, and it just so happens that its CEO Tim Cook is already living it. During Apple's (aapl) earnings call on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook discussed his company's "ecosystem," a place in which the company's customers are ...

Apple targets India's mega market - Deutsche Welle

With declining iPhone sales, Apple has put the Indian mobile phone market in its crosshairs. The world's most valuable company is edging closer to a deal to produce iPhones in India and sell them in Apple stores. Indien Selfie (Getty Images/AFP/I ...

With record 78.3 million iPhones sold, Apple topples Samsung as top smartphone player in Q4 - Catch News

Tech giant Apple has toppled Korean electronics' major Samsung to become the numero uno player in the global smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2016, shipping 78.3 million iPhones, according to research firm Counterpoint. "Apple had a record ...