Thanks To The Iphone 6, Nobody Ever Won As Much As A Quarter Apple

Posted On 29 Jan 2015
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Should thank for the great popularity of iPhone 6. Now, according to their figures, Apple has become the company traded strongest gains generated in a quarter.

Based in California, the firm apple presented a report which reports earnings 18,000 million in the last quarter of 2014, due to record sales of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus.

During the last three months of 2014, the company sold 74 million phones.

For the first time, sales in China surpassed the US in terms iPhones.

However, Apple admitted that iPad sales fell 18 percent.

Apple reported earnings that exceed those achieved ExxonMobil, 15,900 in the second quarter of 2012, according to Standard and Poor.

With record sales, technology giant raised its net profit to 18.024 million dollars, an increase of 37.8%, according to the company.

Between October and December, the company entered 74.599 million dollars, 29.5% more than a year ago, and margins increased by 36.1%.

Historical and incredible, according to Tim Cook

The CEO, Tim Cook, described as historic and incredible the result obtained by Apple, which exceeded expectations of financial investors where the actions of technological rose more than five percent in the negotiations after the end of the day in Wall Street.

“We are doing well in almost all parts of the world,” said the executive with respect to sales of iPhone attracting more number of new users of “Smartphone” than ever, and the highest percentage change Android device Apple in the last three years, according to their data.

Besides China, Brazil was one of the country’s most strongly increased sales of these phones.

Apple turnover up 57% from sales of iPhones in the last quarter than in the same period in 2013, and its phone business was a 68.6% of total revenues.

Apple CFO, Luca Maestri said the volatility of exchange rates subtracted 4% of revenues during the last quarter, a trend that will continue this year, he said.

The company also held sales of Mac computers, which grew by 9%, and those made through its e-commerce platforms like App Store, which raised 9% yoy.

Apple won 40.1% of their income between October and December in the American continent, mainly in the US, followed by Europe, which represented 23% of revenue for Apple during the quarter in which sales in China continued to grow strongly.

Apple entered the Asian giant 16,144,000 dollars, 21.6% of the quarterly total, an increase of 70% over the same period of 2013.

Cook was pleased with the start of the payment technology through the iPhone, Apple Pay, and considered that 2015 would be the year of this system, like he was waiting at the upcoming launch of smart watch Apple Watch to debut in April, as confirmed by the executive.

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