CFO Luca Maestri added in a statement that Apple had record revenue in each geographic segment and double-digit growth in each product category. He notes that the company had $24 billion in operating cash flow in the quarter, and returned nearly $23 billion to holders in dividends and share buybacks.
The quarter was led by $47.9 billion in iPhone sales, up 65.5%, and well ahead of Street estimates of about $41.4 billion. Services revenue was $16.9 billion, up 26.6%, more than $1 billion ahead of Street expectations. Mac sales were $9.1 billion, up 70.1%, while iPad sales were $7.8 billion, up 79.4%, both way ahead of Street estimates. Wearables sales were $7.8 billion, up 24.7%, also better than forecast by the Street.
The company saw strong growth in all geographies, with China up 88%. Sales were up 35% in the Americas, 56% in Europe, 49% in Japan and 94% in the rest of Asia.