Cupertino has announced their financial results for the quarter ending 29 June, with the biggest news being that Apple has shifted a record number of iPhones for the June quarter.
Apple reported revenue for the quarter of $35.3 billion, the net profit of which was $6.9 billion. Revenue for the company was slightly up, year-on-year, but net profit over the same period in 2012 was $8.8 billion.
Apple also gave out some figures related to the sale of iPhones, with an impressive 31.2 million units being sold over the reported period, up from 26 million units last year. Sales of iPads dropped compared to last year, from 17 million to 14.6 million. Mac sales held more or less steady, 3.8 million units were sold compared to 2012’s 4 million.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a statement “We are especially proud of our record June quarter iPhone sales of over 31 million and the strong growth in revenue from iTunes, Software and Services.”