Apple released last night the balance sheet for its fiscal year for the first quarter of 2015 which ended on December 27. The Cupertino company has once again broken records, with a turnover of $ 74.6 billion and net profit of $ 18 billion, or $ 3.06 per share.
In the statement, CEO Tim Cook said: “We want to thank our customers for this incredible quarter, which has seen demand for Apple products soar to record levels. Our turnover has increased by 30% compared to last year, and the work of our teams to achieve these results has been simply phenomenal”.
In terms of sales, Apple sold 74.468 million iPhones (+ 46% compared to Q1 2014), 21.419 million iPads (-19%) and 5.519 million Macs (+ 14%) during this period. Probably disappointing figures for iPod Touch have not been released.
For its second fiscal quarter of 2015, the American giant forecasts a turnover between 52 and 55 billion dollars and a gross margin of between 38.5 and 39.5%. All the figures shared by Apple can be found on the brand’s press release at this address.