Not long ago, a market research report stated that Apple’s iPhone 12 series has shipped more than 100 million units, although this has not been officially confirmed by Apple. But their latest Q3 financial report indirectly confirmed the hot sales of this generation of iPhone. In the past quarter, Apple’s total revenue was $81.4 billion, a year-on-year increase of 36%, and gross profit margin reached 43%. This is another record-setting Q3 financial report for Apple. The biggest sales contributor is the significant year-on-year increase in iPhone sales.
In the financial report data released by Apple, the iPhone’s total revenue was $39.57 billion, a year-on-year increase of approximately 49.7% in the Q3 quarter of last year. Naturally, this is because the iPhone 12 series continued to sell for several quarters.
Other Apple products also continue to maintain an upward trend in sales. Mac’s revenue is $8.235 billion, and the iPad category, which Apple regards as a computer, also has $7.368 billion.
However, the main market for Apple’s revenue this quarter came from the Americas, contributing $35.87 billion, a year-on-year increase of 32.7%, followed by the European market with $18.94 billion in revenue, a year-on-year increase of 33.6%.