Apple’s iPhones sales have seen a growth of 2% to $26.4 Billion in the June quarter, according to the Apple CEO Tim Cook, the reasons behind this are the strong performance of the recently launched iPhone SE, economic growth, fact that people are spending more time at home due to the pandemic.
With the growth of the loyal Apple customer base, again iPhone has reached its all-time high active base users. This indicates the growth of the ecosystem created by Apple users around the globe.
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However, In April, Apple has seen a decline in its product sales based on year-on-year but later they recovered in the May and June sales figures.
On Thursday, during an earnings call with an analyst, Tim Cooks said, ‘We expected iPad and Mac growth to accelerate and we saw very strong double-digit growth for these devices this quarter. This remarkable performance came in spite of supply constraints on both products”.
Tim Cook also said the company’s objective is to provide more and more iPads and Macs to their customers as soon as possible and we are working hard to achieve that feat.
Although the growth of wearable products such as Apple Watches has been declined still it shows double digits growth even in the non-holiday quarter and also sets a revenue record.
Due to the lockdown, when people are preferring to stay at home the Apple Services (App Store, Apple Music, video, TV+ and iCloud) has seen positive growth from this. Apple showed a 15% year on year growth in the June Quarter. With record sales of $13.2 Billion.
Tim Cook further added in his statement, “We had a strong performance in our digital services with all-time revenue records in the App Store, Apple Music, video and cloud services as well as elevated engagement on iMessage, Siri and FaceTime”.