Reporting its second quarter financial results today, Apple said it sold 9.02 million iPods during the quarter — a 17 percent decrease compared to the same quarter last year. Apple also sold 18.65 million iPhones in the quarter, a 113 percent increase year-over-year, and up from the 16.24 million units sold in the holiday quarter. Apple also sold 4.69 million iPads during the quarter, down from 7.33 million units in the prior quarter. The units sales of iPhones, iPods, and iPads bring the cumulative unit sales for the three device categories to 108.55 million, 307.02 million, and 19.48 million, respectively. The company posted revenue of $24.67 billion and net quarterly profit of $5.99 billion, or $6.40 per diluted share, compared with revenue of $13.5 billion and net quarterly profit of $3.07 billion, or $3.33 per diluted share in Q2 2010.
Sales of Other Music Related Products + Services were up 23% over the year-ago quarter, and up 14% from Q1 2011, to $1.63 billion total. That category includes iTunes Store sales, iPod services, and revenues from Apple and third-party iPod accessories. International sales accounted for 59 percent of the quarter’s revenue.
“With quarterly revenue growth of 83 percent and profit growth of 95 percent, we’re firing on all cylinders,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “We will continue to innovate on all fronts throughout the remainder of the year.”
“We are extremely pleased with our record March quarter revenue and earnings and cash flow from operations of over $6.2 billion,” said Peter Oppenheimer, Apple’s CFO. “Looking ahead to the third fiscal quarter of 2011, we expect revenue of about $23 billion and we expect diluted earnings per share of about $5.03.”