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.