Apple held their Q4 2011 conference call today and announced many numbers pertaining to revenue, profit, sales, and more.

General

  • $28.7 billion in Q4 revenue
  • $6.62 billion in Q4 net profit
  • $7.05 per diluted share
  • $81.6 billion available cash
  • Apple set a $37 billion guidance for fiscal Q1 (holiday)
  • 25 million iOS device sold in Q4

iPhone

  • 17.1 million iPhones sold in Q4
  • iPhone sales up 21% year over year
  • iPhone 4S available in 7 countries, 22 more on their way
  • 93% of Fortune 500 deploying or testing iPhones

iPad

  • 11.12 million iPads sold in Q4
  • iPad 2 available in 90 countries

iPod

  • 6.6 million iPod sales sold in Q4
  • iPod still has more than 70% share in U.S. 10 years after introduced

App Store and iTunes

  • 18 billion App Store downloads
  • 180 million iBookstore downloads
  • 16 billion songs downloaded from iTunes

Mac

  • 6 million Lion downloads, since its release this summer
  • 4.89 million Macs sold in Q4

Retail Stores

  • $10.7 million average revenue per Apple Store
  • $108 billion in revenue for fiscal year, 66% growth over FY10
  • 77.5 million Apple Store visits in Q4
  • 16% of Apple’s revenue came from China
  • 500,000 apps available on the App Store, available in 23 countries
  • 13% of Apple’s revenue from retail
  • 357 Apple Stores world-wide
  • $3.6 billion in revenue from Apple Stores
  • Apple plans to add 40 new Apple Stores next Q, 3/4 outside of U.S.
  • All five stores combined in China have the most traffic
  • 30 new Apple stores were added in Q4

I think it's safe to say that Apple is doing just fine.