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Apple’s Q2 2018: 52.2M iPhones, 9.1M iPads, $61.1B revenue

Apple this afternoon disclosed its [fiscal] Q2 2018 earnings report, offering a look at its performance over the last 3 months. The company beat Wall Street expectations in just about every category, selling 52.2 million iPhones and earning $61.1 billion in revenue. Here’s a full breakdown of the numbers.

Tim Cook: you will see Apple do more in the pro space

Apple on Tuesday held its annual shareholder meeting at its Cupertino headquarters. The gathering is standard affair—company executives and board members meet with stockholders to discuss a wide range of topics, including performance and proposals.

The most interesting part of today’s meeting, however, was Tim Cook’s informal Q&A session. The casual section allows attending shareholders to offer up their questions and comments to the CEO and other members of the company’s senior leadership team.

Apple will announce its Q1 2017 earnings on January 31

Apple is planning to announce its earnings results for Q1 of [fiscal] 2017 on January 31. The company on Wednesday updated its investor website to show that it will be hosting a conference call to discuss the quarter that Tuesday at 2:00pm PT.

Apple’s first quarter is of course its holiday quarter, which covers the popular 3-month holiday shopping period between October and December. And as usual, all eyes will be on the company to see if it was able to solve its recent growth problems.

Apple’s Q3 2016 earnings: 40.4M iPhones, 10M iPads, $42.4B revenue

Apple on Tuesday released its earnings report for the third [fiscal] quarter of 2016. The Cupertino company exceeded expectations, selling 40.4 million iPhones, 10 million iPads and earning $42.4 billion in revenue. The numbers are still down year-over-year, however, with 47.5 million iPhones and nearly $50 billion in revenue in Q3 2015.

Tim Cook tells CNBC Apple has ‘great innovation in the pipeline’

Tim Cook on Monday appeared on CNBC’s ‘Mad Money’ to talk with host Jim Cramer about Apple’s recent earnings report. The iPhone maker announced weaker-than-expected Q2 sales last week, and its stock has since dropped more than 10 points.

While the interview is transparently a PR move to let Wall Street know that Apple is still on the right path, Cook did offer up some interesting comments about the future of his company. Naturally, we’ve highlighted some of our favorites for you below.