Apple breaks its own selling record in Q2


Apple is making milestones and breaking them by themselves. Apple pulled in a grand total of 24.6 billion dollars in Q2 2011 in which the iPhone sales were at an all time high of 18.65 million. Past records show that the iPhone had sales figures of 16.24 million in Q1 2011 and 14.1 million in Q4 2010.

 Other sales record showed that 4.69 million iPads and 3.76 million Macs were sold. The iPod however, is selling pretty slowly with sales of 9.02 million (half of them were the iPod touch) representing a decline of 17%. The sales of the iPad 2 were not disclosed which has taken the world by storm and is still the leader of the Tablet world. The Asia Pacific region saw revenue grow a staggering 151% year-over-year. With these high numbers, Apple should surely focus upon the Asian-Pacific market which has a very wide scope of expanding their business returning favourable revenue.