During Apple's fiscal first quarter of 2019 (which covered the three month period from October through December), the company reported that revenue from iPhone sales declined 15% year-over-year. Since Apple no longer reports the number of units it sells during a quarter, all we know is that sales of the handset brought in $51.9 billion during the holiday quarter. That was down from the $59.8 billion that Apple collected during the 2017 holiday quarter.
According to SeekingAlpha, stock researcher OTR Global released a report estimating that iPhone shipments during ...
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 - 2:30pm