Apple sold 47.8m iPhones and 22.9m iPads in Q1 of its 2013 financial year (Q4 2012), an increase of approximately 29% and 49% respectively year-on-year.
The tech giant also reported 12.7 million iPods sold across the period compared to 15.4 million in 2011.
The company’s chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer said that he was “very pleased” at the increase in hardware sales.
“This represents a rate of almost 3.7 million iPhones per week in the current year quarter compared to ...
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