The technology giant’s revenue increased 54% in the first three months. After-sales share increased by 4%.
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On Wednesday night, Apple announced its accounting data for the second quarter of 2021:
According to Bloomberg’s estimates, initial revenue was $77.3 billion, and earnings per share were $0.99.
The turnover in the first three months of this year exceeded NOK 730 billion.
According to the report, iPhone sales revenue was 47.94 billion U.S. dollars, while Mac sales revenue was 9.1 billion U.S. dollars.
Compared with last year, they have increased by 65.5% and 70.1% respectively.
Apple’s market value is $2.2 trillion. In Wednesday’s trading, technology stocks rose 4%.
Apple did not have any profit expectations for the quarter as it did before the pandemic.
However, Apple warned that it will increase stock buybacks to $90 billion, and the company will also increase its dividend to $0.22 per share.
According to a Bloomberg report, Apple will be asked how Apple is affected by the global chip shortage and increased vaccination.
In the first quarter, Apple’s quarterly revenue exceeded $100 billion for the first time, mainly driven by iPhone sales.
Apple’s fiscal year is different. This means that the technology giant’s fiscal year starts in October and ends at the end of September.