It seems that Apple might have had a much better quarter than most expected, posting financial results for the fourth quarter that reveal the companies numbers still going up.
Some of the biggest contributors to which were its iPhone and Mac sales but the iPad and iPod do still continue to sell well with 12.3 million iPod units sold, 2.64 million iPods sold, 5.52 million Mac units sold and a massive 39.3 million iPhones sold.
Out of all of these the Mac and the iPhone are the only ones out of the four to go up from the last quarter with numbers set at 33.8 million for iPhone sales and 4.6 million for Mac sales in the year-ago quarter.
As for the iPad and iPod sales, they actually went down, with the company selling 14.1 million iPad units in Q3 2013 and 4.6 million iPods in the same quarter, this may suggest that consumers might have either waited for a new iPad announcement, or simply went to another manufacture during this quarter.
Finally Apple also announced that it achieved $42.12 billion in revenue for Q4 2014, which is up from the previous forecast of $39.85 billion, with international sales accounting for 60 percent of this quarter’s revenue. To top this off the company also announced a quarterly net profit of $8.5 billion.
To compare this, in Q4 2014 Apple posted revenue of $37.5 billion and a net profit of $7.5 billion.