New Year, new results! Apple has released the results of the fiscal first quarter of 2013 during the traditional audio call, starting with proceeds of 54.51 billion dollars revenue. Let’s see all of the data revealed.
Apple has issued the results of the first financial quarter or Q1, 2013. The company announced quarterly revenue of $ 54.51 billion and net quarterly profit of $ 13.1 billion. Keep in mind that the data for the same period of fiscal 2012 was of 14 weeks and this year it’s of 13.
Apple sold 47.8 million iPhone during the quarter as compared to over 37 million iPhones sold in the same period of last fiscal year. Apple also sold 22.9 million iPad data record to be compared with respect to 15.4 million iPad sold in the same period of last fiscal year. For more details checkout the figure below:
Apple’s Board of Directors has declared a cash dividend of 2.65 per share of ordinary shares of the company. The dividend is payable February 14, 2013 to shareholders who are on the close of business on February 11, 2013.
For the next quarter Q2, Apple plans a turnover between 41 and 42 billion dollars with other costs between 3.8 and 3.9 billion dollars and tax liability of 26%.
- The Apple CRO has admitted that the demand for iPad Mini was too much compared to their ability and availability
- Apple is now a company with a total of 80,000 workers.
- In December 10 iOS devices sold per second
- $ 2.1 billion of revenues from sales of iTunes Store
- 2 billion downloads in the App Store in the month of December
- 2 million Apple TVs sold, an increase of 60% compared to last year
- App Store currently available in 155 countries
- 11 new Apple Retail Store in Q1, 401 are the Apple Store in total
- $ 1.6 billion of revenue from the Apple Retail Store
- Tim says that the availability of iPad Mini and iMac is still limited
- Tim says: “Next week Apple will add support to 36 other operators for LTE” located in the following countries: Italy, Denmark, Switzerland, the Philippines and other countries of the Middle East. Currently there are 24 operators that are supported by iPhone 5/iPad 4/iPad Mini and are divided in the following countries: U.S., Korea, UK, Germany, Canada, Japan and Australia.