Financial Results

Apple sells 16.24 million iPhones, 7.33 million iPads, 9.75 million iPod touches, $26.74 billion in revenue

Apple has just reported their Q1 2011 financial results -- the always lucrative holiday quarter -- and they don't disappoint: 16.24 million iPhones, 7.33 million iPads, 19.45 million iPods, $26.74 billion in revenue.

“We had a phenomenal holiday quarter with record Mac, iPhone and iPad sales,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “We are firing on all cylinders and we’ve got some exciting things in the pipeline for this year including iPhone 4 on Verizon which customers can’t wait to get their hands on.”

Their conference call will be starting soon and we'll post up any and all iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Apple TV, and other news as it comes in.

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Apple posts higher revenue than Microsoft

Apple earned more revenue this quarter than their ancient frenemy, Microsoft. Roughly $20 billion to $16 billion, or $4 billion more. Not too long ago they passed Microsoft in market cap as well, another impressive sounding, if not terribly meaningful measure. Microsoft still leads in revenue due to their software-centric business being much higher margin than Apple's hardware-heavy mix. But that too could and just might change as well.

Apple, thanks to the Apple II, got off to an impressive lead in the early days of command line personal computing. But things changed. Apple squandered the Mac's first mover advantage and Microsoft and Windows ended up ruling the graphical user interface world. Now things are changing again. And that's where it gets interesting.

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Apple Q4 financial results conference call [Live updates!]

Apple is set to announce its Q4 financial results today at 5pm ET, 2pm PT. The conference call usually provides a wealth of information about iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad sales, so we'll be listening intently, posting highlights, and giving you our very best color and commentary to go along with it.

If you want to listen along with us, the call will be broadcast on Apple.com.

Commentary starts after the break!

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$20.34 billion, 14.1 million iPhones, 4.19 million iPads, 9.05 million iPods in Q4 2010

Apple has just announced their Q4 2010 earnings, stated at $20.34 billion and including $20.34 billion, 14.1 million iPhones, 4.19 million iPads, 9.05 million.

“We are blown away to report over $20 billion in revenue and over $4 billion in after-tax earnings—both all-time records for Apple,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “iPhone sales of 14.1 million were up 91 percent year-over-year, handily beating the 12.1 million phones RIM sold in their most recent quarter. We still have a few surprises left for the remainder of this calendar year.”

Those numbers represent a nuclear level boom, even by Apple standards. Now about those surprises...?

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Apple Q3 2010 financial results conference call

Follow along with TiPb as we listen to and comment on Apple's Q3 2010 financial results conference call. We're not live-blogging this, just posting highlights so you'll need to refresh from time to time to see new notes.

If you want to listen while you read, head on over to Apple.com for the audio stream.

Now on with the highlights:

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Apple Q2 2010 conference call - live notes

Apple has announced their Q2 2010 financial results, including sales of 8.75 million iPhones, 10.89 million iPods, and $13.50 billion in revenue. We're now listening in to their conference call and updating any particularly relevant iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad news below:

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Apple sells 8.75 million iPhones, 10.89 million iPods, $13.50 billion in revenue

Apple has posted their Q2 2010 financial results and once again its the best non-holiday quarter even, including $13.50 billion and net quarterly profit of $3.07 billion, or $3.33 per diluted share. iPhone sales were 8.75 million (up 131%) and iPod sales of 10.89 million (down 1%). Says CEO Steve Jobs:

“We’re thrilled to report our best non-holiday quarter ever, with revenues up 49 percent and profits up 90 percent. We’ve launched our revolutionary new iPad and users are loving it, and we have several more extraordinary products in the pipeline for this year.”

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3.1 Million iPhone's Activated -- AT&T Q4 2009 Results

Hot on the heels of Apple's explosive Q1 2010 results come AT&T's Q4 2009 financials, and once again the iPhone helped its exclusive US carrier paint a rosy picture that includes 3.1 million new activations.

AT&T's fourth-quarter integrated-device growth included 3.1 million iPhone activations, the second highest quarterly total to date, with more than a third of the activations for customers who were new to AT&T. The average ARPU for integrated devices on AT&T's network continues to be 1.8 times that of the company's nonintegrated-device base.

ARPU (average revenue per user), as Dieter keeps telling us, is the magic number for AT&T, and despite complaints about service in cities like New York and San Francisco, iPhone users continue to use -- and pay for -- a lot of data.

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8.7 Million iPhones Sold in Q1 2010 -- Apple Financial Results

Apple today announced their Q1 2010 financial results, covering the all-important holiday quarter, with 8.7 million iPhones sold, and a 55% increase in iPod touch sales. Total revenue was $15.68 billion, and cash-on-hand is now approaching a whopping 39.8 billion! Says CEO, Steve Jobs:

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Live Coverage Now! Apple 2010 Q1 Financial Results Conference Call 2pm PT/5pm ET/10pm GT

Apple Q1Y2010 Results Call

Apple will be releasing their Q1, 2010 financial results later today, and following up with their traditional conference call at 2pm PT/5pm ET/10pm GT. A Q&A with analysts will follow (and we hope they've all taken Matt Deatherage's advice).

TiPb will be covering the event live, right here in this very post. So, to observe, comment, and enjoy along with us, bookmark this page and come back and join us at start time!

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