Apple iPhone sales led the company to outperform revenue and profit expectations in FY Q2 2023
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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) announced its financial results for the second quarter of fiscal 2023 ended April 1, 2023. Despite the continuous obstacles, such as the challenging macroeconomic environment, impending recession, and rising inflation around the world, the March...
Apple Fiscal Q1 2023 Results: Worst holiday quarter for iPhone and Mac sales [REPORT]
Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) has released its quarterly results for the fiscal Q1 2023, which ended on December 31, 2022. The Cupertino giant has failed to meet the analysts’ expectations, albeit it didn't come as a surprise. Apple revenue...
Can Apple Launch An Amazon Prime Like Subscription Bundle For iPhone?
With the plethora of Apple services that users can avail apart from hardware and accessories, investors have been keen on an Apple subscription bundle related to iPhone for years. And judging by CEO Tim Cook’s response to one such...
Number of Apple Pay Users, by Quarter
The above graph represents the total number of Apple Pay users in the US and worldwide. As of December 2018, about 383 million people around the world are using Apple Pay. That's a whopping 135% YoY increase from December...
Apple Annual Revenue from Products and Services
The above graph represents the Apple annual revenue from products and services, worldwide. Apple’s major products include iPhone, iPad and Mac, Apple Watch, and Services business. Apple's global revenue in fiscal 2018 clocked $265,595 million ($265.6 billion), worldwide. RegionWorldwideSourceApple's official...
Apple Quarterly Revenue by Products & Services: FY Q1 2007 – Q3 2021
The above graph represents the worldwide Apple quarterly revenue by products & services. Apple's major products include iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and Services business. Apple's revenue in fiscal Q1 2020 clocked $91,819 million ($91.8 billion), worldwide....
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Edtech startup entrepreneur arrested for defrauding students to the tune of 18 crore
The rise of EdTech startups in India is primarily driven by the increasing demand for online education and upskilling...
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