Brushing off the iPhone 4's reception problems, Apple reported record revenues of 15.7 billion US dollars in the quarter ending June 26th, up 61% on the same quarter a year earlier. Apple expects revenue in the current quarter to be about 18 billion dollars, up 82% year-on-year.
In the quarter ending June 26th, Apple sold 3.47 million Macs, 33% up year-on-year, 8.4 million iPhones, representing 61% growth, 9.41 million iPods, a decline of 8%, and 3.27 million iPads.
“It was a phenomenal quarter that exceeded our expectations all around,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “We have amazing new products still to come this year.” source: Apple statement
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