Apple’s Services and Mac revenue reached new record highs

Today, Apple announced its results for the fourth fiscal quarter, and revealed yet another strong stretch of three months.

Unsurprisingly, Apple’s Services division revenue hit yet another all-time high. The Services division includes things like Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple News+, the App Store, the Mac App Store, AppleCare, iCloud, Apple Pay, and more. So it’s a huge umbrella of services to cover, and it continues to rake in the cash for the company as a whole.

Apple’s fourth fiscal quarterly earnings report revealed that Services brought in $14.5 billion. Compare that to the fourth fiscal quarter of 2019, when Apple brought in $12.5 billion during that stretch of time.

That’s not all the good news for Apple, either. The company revealed that the Mac earned $9.03 billion in the fourth fiscal quarter. That’s the biggest quarter for the Mac up to this point.

Wearables, Home, and Accessories division also saw a new record-setting quarterly result. Apple revealed that this segment of its business earned $7.9 billion within the fourth fiscal quarter this year. That’s up 21 percent compared to last year’s results, which came in at $6.5 billion at the time.