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“Belfast Telegraph” : iPhone drives Apple revenues to £62.3bn

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Apple’s latest smartphone, the iphone 7, went on sale in September, and the latest results offer the first insight into consumer response.
“We sold more iPhones than ever before and set all-time revenue records for iPhone, Services, Mac and Apple Watch.
Apple sold more iPhones in the last three months of 2016 than ever before, the company said in its latest financial results.
Apple is expected to reveal the next version of the iphone – which marks its 10th anniversary this year – in September.
Apple’s headquarters in CaliforniaApple sold more iPhones in the last three months of 2016 than ever before, the company said in its latest financial results.

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Apple reversed its iPhone slump. But what’s next?

Apple reversed its iPhone slump. But what's next?

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Apple China revival key for iPhone 8 success but it faces a tough road

Apple China revival key for iPhone 8 success but it faces a tough road

“Improvement with Greater China revenue -8 percent in constant currency and Mainland China +6 percent suggests the issues are more cyclical than secular.
Greater China revenues were down 12 percent year-on-year to $16.2 billion, marking another double-digit decline in the region for Apple.
The bright spot however was that Greater China revenues – which includes Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong – were up 85 percent on the quarter, thanks to the iphone 7 series.
And Apple does not look like pulling back from the country.
And Cook said on an earnings call that on a “constant currency” basis, sales in mainland China were up six percent.

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