Apple Reports 2018 Quarter 2 With $61.1B Revenue

Apple announced their financial results for the second fiscal quarter of 2018 yesterday, with a $61.1 billion and a profit of $13.8 billion, with 52 million iPhones sold. This is a new record for any fiscal year in the company’s history.

Gross margin for this quarter was %38.3, compared to %38.9 a year ago, with international sales accounting for over %65 of their quarterly revenue. Apple has also declared an increased quarterly dividend payment of $0.73 per share, up a lot from the previous $0.63. The dividend is payable on May 17 to shareholders of record as of May 14.

In addition to this increase in dividend payment, Apple will reportedly start a new share repurchase authorization of $100 billion and the company says it expects to complete its previous $210 billion repurchase authorization by the end of the quarter.

Apple Inc. Revenue by Quarter (in millions)

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Apple sold 52.2 million iPhones this quarter, compared to 50.8 million in last year’s quarter. iPad sales were also up slightly from last year’s quarter, at 9.1 million rather than 8.9 million. However, Mac sales actually fell slightly, from 4.2 million to 4.1 million. Apple’s guidance for the third fiscal quarter has an expected revenue of $51.5-53.5 billion and a gross margin between %38 and %38.5.

Apple Inc. Revenue by Category – FY18 Q2

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“We’re thrilled to report our best March quarter ever, with strong revenue growth in iPhone, Services and Wearables,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “Customers chose iPhone X more than any other iPhone each week in the March quarter, just as they did following its launch in the December quarter. We also grew revenue in all of our geographic segments, with over 20% growth in Greater China and Japan.”

 

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James Watling

Hi, I'm James, a writer at Apple Summit as well as CEO and co-founder of Apple Juice Tech.

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