Apple Q4 services revenue up to nearly $10B, Apple Pay transactions tripled

Excluding a one-time payment, Apple’s services revenue rose 27 percent during the September quarter to $9.981 billion, aided by the company’s usual suspects but in no small part by a sharp rise in Apple Pay transactions.
Source: macinsider

Apple will no longer report iPhone, Mac and iPad unit sales

Apple on Thursday dropped a bombshell in announcing a major change in the way it reports quarterly earnings, saying it will no longer release iPhone, Mac and iPad sales numbers starting with the December period.
Source: macinsider

Notes of interest from Apple's Q4 2018 earnings report and conference call

Apple set a new high for the September quarter that is continuing to be supported by a premium-priced iPhone lineup, as well as continued growth in the services segment. Following the publication of its fourth fiscal quarter 2018 results, the company provided additional detail on the record-breaking performance in an earnings conference call.
Source: macinsider

Apple rakes in $62.9B in revenue on sales of 46.9M iPhones in record-breaking September quarter

Apple’s revenue for the fourth quarter of the fiscal year 2018 hit $62.9 billion, the company revealed on Tuesday, with earnings-per-share of $2.91 growing year-on-year, and iPhone sales of 46.9 million units translating to massive ASPs of $793.
Source: macinsider

Apple, Samsung beaten to foldable phone by clunky Royole FlexPai

A small company has managed to beat major display and mobile device producers like Apple, Samsung, and LG to bringing a smartphone with a foldable screen to market, with Royole’s FlexPai being made available to preorder in China on Thursday.
Source: macinsider

What to expect from Apple's fourth quarter earnings report

Due to the announced later today, Apple’s fourth quarter results are expected by analysts to be a high point among tech company financial reports, with revenue buoyed by the introduction of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max and the product line’s growing average selling price.
Source: macinsider

Apple still owns rights to Sweden Kungstradgarden plot, could revive store plans

Although public opposition appears to have defeated the company for now, there is a chance Apple could still make an attempt at a store in Stockholm’s historic Kungstradgarden, according to one report.
Source: macinsider

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