During Apple's Q2 2016 earnings call today, CEO Tim Cook announced that Apple Music now boasts 13 million paid subscribers. For those keeping track, that's a jump of 2 million subscribers over the 11 million that Apple reported in February.
While still behind the 30 million subscribers boasted by competitor Spotify, Apple Music is still off to a solid start in its first 10 months thanks to a combination of strong exclusive offerings and the backing of artists like Drake and St. Vincent.
The news comes as Apple's services revenue was a particularly notable bright spot in a quarter where the company saw its first year-over-year dip in iPhone sales in quite some time. In total, however, the company still managed to bring in $50.6 billion in revenue and $10.6 billion in profit.
For more, be sure to follow along with Apple's earnings call.