Today is the day: another Apple's earnings report. The company, like so many others, has had to battle through a variety of world-altering conditions, including a global pandemic and chip shortage. But, the company's third fiscal quarter of 2022 seems to be okay enough.
It's been another quarter for Apple, and, as it turns out, it was a pretty healthy one for the company, too. Today, Apple has officially released the finer details regarding its second fiscal quarter of 2022. Which means we get to find out just how much money the company brought in over the last few months.
It's that time of year again. No, not a day when Apple announces new products and/or services. It's Earnings Day, which means we get to find out just how much Apple managed to rake in over the last few months. Hint: it's a lot.
Things are still not quite up to par, as far as availability and shipping is concerned with a range of products, but that doesn't stop companies from releasing new products. Apple, for instance, kept things pretty standard through the end of 2021, and, unsurprisingly, it still worked out pretty well for the company that continues to rake in money on a regular basis.
Disney+ subscriber count continues rising as the entertainment conglomerate added an impressive 16 million subscribers in the June quarter for a total of 116 million paying customers.
Earlier today, Apple announced the results for its third fiscal quarter. It was another dominant stretch of three months for the company, and, of course, its Services division. As has become the norm for these results, it's the Services division that continues to break records.
While there are still some major issues hindering businesses all over the world, Apple continues to march ahead. Not so surprisingly, the company had yet another strong quarter over the middle of 2021. And today the company's revealing how well things went over the course of the last three months.
Apple earnings covering June 2021 quarter, along with an associated conference call with Wall Street analysts and investors, will take place on Tuesday, July 27.
Following the company's announcement of its latest quarterly earnings, Apple's CEO and CFO spoke on a call to answer some questions and give more color to the announced numbers. As such, some folks tried to pry more information out of the company's chief executive as far as Apple TV+ subscribers are concerned.
Customer retention is important to companies, including Apple. (That's why iMessage isn't on Android.) But it's also good to sweep new customers off their feet, too. Which is apparently what's happening for Mac and iPad, at least in the second fiscal quarter of this year.
Stop us if you've heard this one: Apple's Services division had another ridiculously strong quarter. Well, sure enough, Apple's confirmed as much today with the company's latest quarterly earnings report.
Apple had a ridiculously strong first fiscal quarter of 2021. And now the company has just reported how well it did through the first three months of the year.