Apple’s new earnings report,
which has attracted everyone’s attention, has been released. From the actual performance, the iPhone is selling well all over the world.
Apple today announced its results for the second quarter of fiscal 2021.
According to the report, Apple’s net revenue in the second fiscal quarter was US$89.584 billion, an increase of 54% from US$58.313 billion in the same period last year; net profit was US$23.630 billion, an increase of 110% from US$11.249 billion in the same period last year. Apple’s revenue in Greater China in the second fiscal quarter was $17.728 billion, an increase of 87% from $9.455 billion in the same period last year.
In the second fiscal quarter,
Apple’s revenue in the Americas was US$34.306 billion, compared with US$25.473 billion in the same period last year; the European division’s revenue was US$22.264 billion, compared with US$14.294 billion in the same period last year;Revenue in Greater China was US$17.728 billion, compared to US$9.455 billion in the same period last year, an increase of 87% year-on-year.
Revenue from the Japanese sector
was US$7.742 billion, compared to US$5.206 billion in the same period last year; revenue from the rest of the Asia-Pacific region was US$7.544 billion, compared to US$3.885 billion in the same period last year.
Regarding his new report card, Cook publicly stated: “This quarter not only shows that our products are helping users meet the needs of this moment in their lives in an enduring way, but also that consumers seem to be optimistic. Emotions, thinking that everyone’s future will be better.
Apple is in a period of comprehensive innovation of the entire product lineup.
We have been focusing on how to help our team and the community we serve to escape this pandemic and enter A better world. This of course started with the new iMac and iPad Pro products, but it also extends to other efforts, such as we will help introduce 8 gigawatts of new clean energy into the grid, and the next five years Invest 430 billion U.S. dollars in the United States, etc.”
The last thing to say is that Apple’s board of directors has approved the expansion of the existing stock repurchase program by $90 billion.