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Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Apple will earn more money this quarter than in its entire history

Tomorrow is the day chosen by Apple to publicize the financial results of the first quarter of the fiscal year . These data include the corresponding data between October 1 and December 30, 2017. At the moment and according to forecasts, everything indicates that it will be the best quarter in history for the company based in Cupertino.

The analysts of Wall Street, in the absence of the official results speak of an income of 87,000 million dollars , which would suppose a record number in the history of Apple, and a new ascent in what to earnings per action refers.

Undoubtedly one of the major players in these financial results will be the iPhone X , which could be booked from October 27, ie 4 weeks after the fiscal quarter began. In recent days there is talk of a slowdown in the sales of the new terminal, but no doubt the great expectation that rose in its early days in the market will make you notice the figures of profits and income.

The new iPhone and iPhone 8 Plus, as well as AirPods and other Apple devices will also contribute positively to the excellent financial results announced by Tim Cook. In addition it will also continue adding the unstoppable growth of Apple's services including Apple Music, iTunes or the App Store.

Unfortunately, and almost certainly, we will remain without knowing specific sales figures of the devices , but certainly a record fiscal quarter for Apple means that sales continue to grow at breakneck speed. Yes, everything indicates that the good results will end in this fiscal quarter, since for the second fiscal quarter of 2018 there are no good forecasts mainly due and as we said before, to the drop in demand for the new iPhone X.

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Via | macrumors 

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