Apple's Figures Released in Conference Call (Screenshot)

Apple announced its Q4 earnings in the companies conference call. We have been following the announcement and have summed up the most interesting figuers for you. Although Apple blames the iPhone 5 rumors for the iPhone 4S sales slump they still seem to have done pretty good as you can see the numbers of the revenue and pure profit that are released below.

In the image above you can see that the iPhone sales were the main source of revenue this quarter for Apple. For more interesting points see our list below.

    • $28.7 billion in Q4 revenue
    • $6.62 billion in Q4 net profit
    • $7.05 per diluted share
    • 17.1 million iPhones sold in Q4
    • 11.12 million iPads sold in Q4
    • 6.6 million iPod sales sold in Q4
    • 18 billion App Store downloads
    • 180 million iBookstore downloads
    • 6 million Lion downloads, since its release this summer
    • 4.89 million Macs sold in Q4
    • $10.7 million average revenue per Apple Store
    • $108 billion in revenue for fiscal year, 66% growth over FY10
    • 77.5 million Apple Store visits in Q4
    • 16% of Apple’s revenue came from China
    • 500,000 apps available on the App Store, available in 23 countries
    • Apple has $81.6 billion cash available
    • 13% of Apple’s revenue from retail
    • iPhone sales up 21% year over year
    • 93% of Fortune 500 deploying or testing iPhones
    • Apple set a $37 billion guidance for fiscal Q1 (holiday)
    • 16 billion songs downloaded from iTunes
    • iPad 2 available in 90 countries
    • 25 million iOS device sold in Q4
    • 357 Apple Stores world-wide
    • $3.6 billion in revenue from Apple Stores
    • iPod still has >70% share in U.S. 10 years after introduced
    • Apple plans to add 40 new Apple Stores next Q, 3/4 outside of U.S.
    • All five stores combined in China have the most traffic
    • iPhone 4S available in 7 countries, 22 more on their way
    • 30 new Apple stores were added in Q4

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