Apple unveiled yesterday its financial results for the first fiscal year of 2014 which ended on December 28, 2013. The company posted quarterly sales of 57.6 billion (up 5.69%) and quarterly net profit of 13.1 billion (+ 10.69%, $ 14.50 per share) compared to the previous quarter (read: Q4 2013: CA $ 37.5 billion for Apple).
In three months, Apple sold 51 million iPhones (+ 6.72% compared to 47.8 million last year in the same period), 26 million iPads (+ 13.74%, 22.9 million last year), 4.8 million Macs (+ 18.20%, 4.1 million last year) and 6 million iPods (-52.26%). TheiTunes Store, meanwhile, reported to the apple firm $ 4.4 billion. Finally, international sales represent 63% of turnover.
Thanks to the release of the iPhone 5S, the iPhone 5C, the iPad Air and the iPad Retina and Christmas sales, Apple has therefore recorded a record quarter since its creation. For the current one, the Cupertino company expects a turnover of 42 billion and a profit of 4.4 billion dollars.