UPDATE: Apple revealed today that while the iPhone 7 was the most popular iPhone model in Q1 2017, the iPhone 7 Plus saw especially strong demand.
The Apple Watch did well, too, with Apple saying that the Watch had its best-ever quarter and that Apple couldn't make enough to meet holiday demand. However, Apple didn't reveal any concrete Apple Watch sales numbers.
Apple also said that there are now more than one million people using CarPlay.
ORIGINAL: Apple has officially revealed its fiscal Q1 2017 results.
During the fiscal Q1 2017 period, Apple says that it sold 78.3 million iPhones during the three-month period ending on December 31, 2016. That’s up from 74.78 million iPhones sold during the same period one year ago.
Apple sold 13 million iPads during fiscal Q1 2017, which is down from 16.1 million in Q1 2016. The Mac sold 5.37 million units during Q1 2017, up slightly from the 5.31 million units sold during Q1 2016.
Finally, the “Other Products” category that includes the Apple Watch, Apple TV, and other devices finished Q1 2017 with revenue of $4 million (Apple doesn’t report “Other” units sold). That’s down eight percent from the $4.35 million in revenue that “Other Products” pulled in during Q1 2016.
Apple also reports that it pulled in $78.4 billion in quarterly revenue during Q1 2017, an all-time record for the company. Net income for the quarter finished at $17.9 billion.
Apple will hold a conference call to discuss its fiscal Q1 2017 earnings at 2:00 pm PST/5:00 pm EST. I'll be listening in and will share any interesting tidbits with you.