Apple has posted another set of record quarterly results, with income of the iPhone.
In the three months the Cupertino company switched 48 million iPhones, increasing from 39 million in the exact same period this past year. That amount does not include the iPhone 6S, which went on sale the day after Apple’s fiscal quarter finished.
That means Apple is not unlikely to deliver sales figures that are massive when it shows only how many iPhones it changed in the active run up to Christmas.
Following the results were shown in a conference call, Apple CEO Tim Cook claimed that 30% of all iPhone purchases in the quarter were a consequence of users switching from Google Android. That signifies the largest number since Apple began counting switchers that are so-called in the year 2012, in accordance with the own PR in Cupertino.
However, it is not all good news. iPad since sales again fell, dropping to 9.9 million compared to 12.3 million from July to September 2014. Apple will hope its new iPad Pro’s start, due on shelves next month, will help reinforce the graphics tablet that is struggling.
62% of all sales were made outside America.