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Apple has announced that its quarterly revenue for Q1 2019 was slightly above $84 billion, that’s down by 5 percent compared to its record last year. The tech company made this revelation during its earnings call earlier this week, saying the reason is that fewer people purchased iPhones within the quarter which ended December 29, 2018. Financially, Apple made close to $52 billion from iPhones sales last year, even though buyers declined by 15 percent precisely. The statistics look bad for the company and might be revealing an impo...
During an earnings call with analysts in May 2018, Apple Inc.’s CEO Tim Cook disclosed its record 2018 March quarter results. The company posted revenue of $61 billion, increased 16% on-year and net income of $13.8 billion, for the second quarter. Additionally, he announced to put high stakes on Indian markets, the world’s fastest growing Smartphone market. Cook said, “India, we set a new first-half record. So we continue to put great energy there. Our objective over time is to go in there with all of our different initiatives from r...
Every individual who thought rival’s championing Samsung Galaxy S7 release caused the slump in iPhone sales deserves a facepalm. Yes, Apple definitely has a stack of major issues causing its low performance in quarterly earnings, but Samsung is certainly not to be blamed. In fact, Android fans who’ve been flaunting the false victory of Samsung over Apple should simply step aside. Samsung has got nothing to do with Apple’s performance. Despite managing to achieve a record fiscal first quarter over the winter, the iOS behemoth’s guid...