The Mac has seen the biggest leap forward, supported by work-from-home orders for many businesses around the world. Mac sales topped $ 7 billion for the first time in third-quarter history, an increase of more than 20%, and the iPad also set a record for a vacation-free quarter.
The numbers below are compared to the third quarter of last year.
- iPhone: $ 26.4 billion against $ 25.9 billion
- Mac: $ 7.1 billion vs. $ 5.8 billion
- iPad: $ 6.6 billion against $ 5 billion
- Wearables: $ 6.5 billion versus $ 5.5 billion
The only actor somewhat muted was Services. While the $ 13.2 billion it raised is a big increase from the $ 11.5 billion in the quarter last year (before most new services launched), that number is lower. to $ 13.4 billion last quarter.But because Apple offers a free year of TV + with every new device purchase, it’s unclear how many viewers the streaming service has compared to Netflix or Disney +.
Apple has once again declined to give guidance for the coming quarter, which could see the launch of the iPhone 12. However, the company announced a 4-to-1 stock split as of August 24, the first division since 2014.