Apple posts record $1.21bn profit

Apr 23, 2009 | Uncategorized

Growing iPhone sales helped Apple generate revenues of $8.16bn (£5.61bn) in the three months to 28 March – up 9% from $7.96bn (£5.6bn) the previous year, writes Telecoms.com. Profits reached a record $1.21bn (£832m). Apple sold 3.79m iPhones during the period, a 123% year-on-year increase in sales. In further news the firm has also revealed […]

Growing iPhone sales helped Apple generate revenues of $8.16bn (£5.61bn) in the three months to 28 March – up 9% from $7.96bn (£5.6bn) the previous year, writes Telecoms.com. Profits reached a record $1.21bn (£832m). Apple sold 3.79m iPhones during the period, a 123% year-on-year increase in sales.
In further news the firm has also revealed that consumers have downloaded over 1bn applications from its App Store since its launch in August 2008. The service now offers over 35,000 applications in 77 countries.
From Telecoms.com: http://www.telecoms.com, 23/04/2009
Apple: http://www.apple.com

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