Apple on Thursday reported financial results for its fiscal fourth quarter ending September 26, 2020. In addition to reporting record revenue, the company also posted all-time records for Macs and Services.
In the quarter, Apple said it posted record September quarter revenue of $64.7 billion and quarterly earnings per diluted share of $0.73. International sales accounted for 59 percent of the quarter’s revenue.
“Apple capped off a fiscal year defined by innovation in the face of adversity with a September quarter record, led by all-time records for Mac and Services,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “Despite the ongoing impacts of COVID-19, Apple is in the midst of our most prolific product introduction period ever, and the early response to all our new products, led by our first 5G-enabled iPhone lineup, has been tremendously positive.
Apple had revenue of $26.4 billion for the iPhone this quarter, down from the $33.3 billion posted in the year-ago quarter. Mac had $9 billion in revenue, up from the $6.9 billion a year ago; iPad had $6.7 billion compared to $4.6 billion a year ago; Wearables, Home and Accessories had $7.8 billion compared to $6.5 billion a year ago and Services posted $14.5 billion compared to $12.5 a year ago.