Apple iPhone’s installed base hits 193 million units in the United States
Iphone Revenue Apple has just released its financial results for its third fiscal quarter, the one that runs from April 1 to June 30. The company is recovering slightly from the shock of last quarter, with revenues 1% higher than during the same period last year.
Total revenues are not at all negligible 53.809 million dollars, having achieved the Cupertino company absorb the lower income from the sale of iPhone with the increase in other business lines, especially wearables.
As the first quarter of the year is traditionally the strongest for the company, the third is usually the weakest, already months after the launch of the latest iPhone and with the new models on the horizon. Indeed, the quarter closes with 7.25% revenue than during the previous period.
Comparing with the same quarter last year, the company manages to maintain its revenue growth, despite the fact that the iPhone is still in decline: its revenues are 11.82% lower than the same quarter of 2018 and 16.31% lower to the previous quarter (although this decline is normal at the time).
They are 3,484 million less entered by iPhone, but the commitment to diversification manages to reduce its effect, especially in the Wearables line that includes Apple Watch, HomePod, Apple TV, Beat products and the AirPods and reports a 48% year-on-year growth. Others that went up were services (+ 12.64%), Mac (+ 10.69%) and iPad (+ 8.39%).
Perhaps the most relevant is that it is the first time that the iPhone accounts for less than half of Apple’s revenues, standing at 48.3% of the total and with services that already grow to 21.3% of the total.
In terms of sales by area, the decline in China continues with 4.13% less year-on-year revenue, although in Japan and in the rest of the countries in the Asia Pacific area the increase is 5.53% and 13.32 % respectively. In Europe and America there are few changes, with an increase in America of 2.09% and a decrease in Europe of 1.75%.