Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced that the luxury phone company earned $366 billion in the last financial year, meaning the company earned $1 billion every single day, in the last three months
Apple reported record revenue in Q4, despite supply constraints, of $83.4 billion, up 29% from the year before. That means that for the whole year Apple recorded $366 billion in revenue. Tim Cook stated:
‘This fiscal year, we reported $366 billion of revenue, which represents 33% annual growth. We also achieved more than 20% growth across all of our product categories and in every geographic segment. And today, Apple is reporting another very strong quarter. Demand was very robust, and we set a new September quarter record of $83.4 billion, up 29% from last year and in line with what we discussed on our last call, despite larger-than-expected supply constraints’.
INTEL REGION analytics broke it down to simple digits, and it was hard to comprehend how they made so much money That means Apple made $41 million dollars every hour, $695,000 every minute, or $11,500 every second
The figures are truly astonishing when you think about it, with Apple’s revenue climbing 33% on the previous financial year. Of course, Apple has expenses, Patrick McGee noting net income for the year was just shy of $95 billion. Apple still heavily relies on its best iPhones to do the heavy lifting, and the iPhone accounted for more than 46% of revenue last quarter thanks to the success of iPhone 13 and the iPhone 12’s continued popularity.
Looking forward, Apple added that it expects supply constraints to continue into the holiday season due to global chip shortages.