Apple, as anyone could have guessed, made billions of dollars in the last quarter, raking in $35.3 billion in revenue and $6.9 billion in net profit.
This is compared to last year during the same quarter of $35 billion in revenue and $8.8 billion in profit. It was by all accounts a subdued third quarter fiscal year 2013 for the Cupertino company, though it still managed to beat out lowered analyst expectations. So, yay?
The company said it sold 31.2 million iPhones, a record for the June quarter - this time last year it only managed to move 26 million phones.
Unfortunately, the iPhone was the only major device category to tally a win. Things were much glummer on the tablet front, with iPads down year-on-year from 17 million to 14.6 million. The marked drop was enough to cause CFO Peter Oppenheimer to describe the comparison as a "tough" one.
Macs also took a slide from 4 million in the year-ago quarter to 3.8 million this last quarter.
We'll be listening in on Apple's investor call, so stay tuned for more from Cupertino.