Apple has announced its financial results for the quarter ending on September 30. They reported total revenues of $89.5 billion and profits of $22.9 billion. While Apple’s revenue showed a slight 1% decrease compared to the same period last year, its net income grew by 10%.
The latest iPhone models, including the iPhone 15 series, played a significant role, contributing $43.8 billion in net sales, making up almost half of Apple’s quarterly revenue. Their services sector, which includes Apple Music, TV+, and iCloud, achieved a new record with $22.3 billion in revenue.
However, some of Apple’s other products, like Macs, iPads, and wearables, saw declines in net sales. Mac computers experienced a significant 51% drop in sales. Apple’s primary market remains the Americas, followed by Europe and China in terms of net sales.
Apple is closely monitoring supply chain challenges that could affect the delivery of their iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max flagship models. Nonetheless, CEO Tim Cook expresses confidence in their ability to manage supply and demand.
The upcoming quarter is expected to bring better results for Apple, especially with the iPhone 15 series in its early stages. Additionally, they’ve recently launched new M3 MacBook models and a 24″ iMac, which bodes well for their future performance.