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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Apple quarterly results show iPhone sales up 131%

Regardless of whether it's a conspiracy theory or just an unfortunate loss, the appearance of what seems to be a prototype fourth-generation Apple iPhone has certainly kept the company in the news this week.

And now it's remaining in the news with quarterly figures that are better than many analysts expected.

It's been Apple's best non-holiday quarter ever, according to CEO Steve Jobs, with revenue up 49% year-on-year (to $13.5 billion) and profits up 90% (to $3.07 billion).

Apple sold 8.75 million iPhones in the quarter, 131% up on the same quarter a year ago, along with 10.89 million iPods and 2.94 million Macintosh computers.

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