Some of Apple’s most ambitious services still aren’t available in China


Apple Services

Apple’s earnings
report
last week underscored Apple’s uncanny and arguably
unrivaled ability to make money hand over fist in any type of sales
climate. Despite a noticeable drop in iPhone-based revenue for the
quarter, Apple still managed to deliver an impressive $64 billion
in revenue and earnings of $3.03 per share.

A big reason behind Apple’s monster September quarter can be
traced back to the company’s burgeoning range of services. Tim Cook
has been boasting about the rapid growth of Apple services for
years now, and true to form, the cold hard data is hard to ignore.
During the last quarter, for example, Apple’s range of services
generated $12.5 billion in revenue. As a point of contrast, Apple’s
services during the same quarter last year generated $9.9 billion
in revenue.


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Some of Apple’s most ambitious services still aren’t available
in China
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Some of Apple’s most ambitious services still aren’t available in China