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    Apple Services revenue reaches new all-time high in 2021

    Apple today posted its Q3 results and the tech giant announced its services revenue has recorded a new all-time high. The revenue has gone up 36% YoY, totaling $81.41 billion for the quarter. iPhone revenue went up almost 50% to $39.57 billion while services were up 33% with $17.48 billion.

    Mac and iPad sales increased YoY as well, with Mac making $8.24 billion and iPad making up 7.37 billion. Apple’s infamous “other products” category is where the company groups the rest of the products, mostly made up of revenue from AirPods and the Apple Watch. This category raked in $8.77 billion, accounting for a 40% increase YoY.

    Analysts attribute the company’s success with the world’s shift to working and going to school from home. The sudden jump in iPhone sales comes at a time when smartphone buyers are ready to switch to a 5G smartphone.

    Apple Revenue up 36 percent to new June quarter record

    Image courtesy apple – apple reports record performance in June 30 2021 – the news facts

    “This quarter, our teams built on a period of unmatched innovation by sharing powerful new products with our users, at a time when using technology to connect people everywhere has never been more important,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO.

    “We’re continuing to press forward in our work to infuse everything we make with the values that define us — by inspiring a new generation of developers to learn to code, moving closer to our 2030 environment goal, and engaging in the urgent work of building a more equitable future.”

    Looking forward, Apple executives warned that supply chain delays could affect Apple’s revenue for the next quarter, particularly with iPad and iPhone supply. At the same time, Apple is expected to release new products that should give its bottom line a boost such as a the new iPhones, a new Apple Watch, and a new AirPods model. Many are also hoping that Apple releases higher performance Mac computers powered by M1.

    Apple has not offered guidance for the next quarter, much like it hasn’t done in the past six quarters as the pandemic has made it difficult to make dependable predictions.

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