Apple released its Q1 earnings report today. It was the company’s biggest quarter ever, with record sales for iPhones, iPads and Macs. You can read all of the financials here.
Following the release the company held its conference call discussing the report, dropping a number of stats.
CFO Peter Oppenheimer rattled them off. Here are some highlights:
37.04 million iPhones sold in the quarter (up 128% from last year).
15.43 million iPads sold in the quarter (up 111%).
5.2 million Macs (up 26%).
Over 100 million apps downloaded in less than a year from the Mac App Store
15.4 million ipods sold – “ahead of our expectations.”
iPod holds over 70% of market share for mp3 players
Record iTunes store revenue: $ 1.7 billion
iTunes Music Store launched in Brazil and 27 other countries in Latin America and Europe
$120 million worth of apps and content on Christmas Day
iPhone handset and accessory sales accounted for $24.4 billion in revenue
1.5 million iPads in use in educational institutions
iPhone 4S now available in over 90 countries (the most popular iPhone in the quarter, CEO TIm Cook says).
$9.1 billion in iPad and iPad accessory sales
600,000 copies of iBooks Author downloaded since release last week
3 million copies of iTunes U app downloaded
Over 62 million iOS devices sold in the quarter
Developers have earned over $4 billion from the App Store
$17.1 million – the average revenue from Mac Retail Stores
110 million visitors to the Apple retail stores
22,000 visitors to Apple Retail Stores per week
2.8 million units sold (Apple TV) – quarterly record of 104 million units