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Apple presents Q1 2013 fiscal results

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Apple presents Q1 2013 fiscal results
Apple presents Q1 2013 fiscal results

Apple has already released its financial results for the first fiscal quarter of the year and the figures presented are once again a record. We are once again surprised by a large increase in device sales in all ranges except the iPod, which is still in the doldrums. With this increase in revenue and profits, Apple is once again consolidating its position as one of the most profitable companies today.

Apple is releasing, as we all expected days ago, financial results for the first fiscal quarter of the year, which began on September 29, 2012 and ended on December 29, 2012.

And the figures speak for themselves, since the income reached the amount of 54.5 billion dollars , with a profit of 13.1 billion dollars. By devices, if we talk about iPad we find that they have been sold with 22.9 million units, 47.8 million iPhone, 12.7 million iPod and 4.1 million Mac. The quarterly net profit was 13.1 billion dollars . Of great importance to the company were international sales , which represented 61 percent of revenue.

As we can see, iPhone sales have increased by almost 11 million , and 7.5 million more iPads have been sold . However, sales of Mac and iPod were down , with selling 1.1 million and 2.7 million less , respectively. All this considering that this year the iPods have been renewed, while last year they were not.

Tim Cook, for his part, has been quite proud of the figures:

These are the * words that Peter Oppenheimer has had for the shareholders:

And these are the forecasts made by the Californian company for the second quarter of 2013:

  • Revenue between $41 billion and $43 billion.
  • Gross margin growth between 37.5% and 38.5%.
  • Operating expenses between $3.8 billion and $3.9 billion.
  • Other expenses: $350 million.


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