Apple sells 35.2 million iPhones and 13.2 million iPads during Q3 FY14 [UPDATED]

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from Omaha, NE
Published: July 22, 2014

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Earnings season is now in full swing, and the next group to present its most recent results are Tim Cook and Co. at Apple.

Apple just released its Q3 FY14 results, announcing that it sold  million 35.2 million iPhones and 13.2 million iPads during the quarter. Apple also managed to move 4.4 million Macs and 2.9 million iPod devices.

On the financial side of things, Apple pulled in a total of $37.4 billion in revenue during the quarter, a 6 percent increase year over year. Apple’s profit for Q3 FY14 finished at $7.7 billion.

Apple CEO Tim Cook said that sales of the iPhone and Mac helped to propel his company’s Q3 FY14 revenue to its $37.4 billion finish. Cook went on to say that Apple is excited about the upcoming launches of iOS 8, OS X Yosemite and “other new products and services.” 

As usual, Apple will be holding a conference call later today to discuss its results. The call will go down at 5:00 p.m. ET/2:00 p.m. PT, and you can bet that I’ll be listening in to bring you any juicy tidbits that are shared. Stay tuned.

UPDATE: Here are some interesting morsels shared by Apple during its earnings call:

  • Apple says that 13 million iPads have been sold to educational institutions
  • 225 million iPads have been sold to date
  • The App Store has racked up 75 billion cumulative app downloads

Via Apple