First Time in History Apple’s Revenue is over $100 billion

In Apple's last calendar quarter of 2020, the sales of $100 billion first went up also with iPhone's sales hit $65.6 billion in records.
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The economic profits of Apple today in Q1 2021 covering the end of 2020 and the holiday season. That means we have the first real indication as to how the new iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max fit with customers. They do really well, as it turns out. For the first time in the company’s history, Apple reached $100 billion in trimester sales, raising a total of $111.4 billion.

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Apple once again had to close some of its retail sites. However, amid these hurdles, the iPhone company did exceptionally well, accounting for a turnover of over $65 billion. The previous all-time high in iPhone sales in the first quarter of 2018 surpassed $61.58 billion.

During the lengthy time off work at home and remote education, Apple’s Mac and iPad lines experienced rocket sales due to the pandemic. During the last quarter, iPad sales continued to grow whopping 41% — note during a holiday quarter, and Mac sales increased by 21% year-on-year.

Apple has passed 1.65% of active appliances in the world during the quarter, CEO Tim Cook said. Over 1 billion users are represented by iPhones.

It is no wonder that for a further year in the course of the holiday, AirPods/AirPods Pro and Apple Watch have improved the Wearables segment by 30 percent a year.

Just in the year 2020 has ended, Apple has unveiled its latest pay-based subscription service, Apple Fitness Plus, which is a part of Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV Plus and Apple News Plus, to help customers purchase Apple’s hardware recurring benefits.

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