If you want to see how Apple breaks records compared to other companies in the sector, you have an appointment next April 28 in a virtual event where the company will announce the fiscal results of the last quarter. We assume that they will return to express profits and benefits as has happened throughout the last year, being one of the few companies that have achieved this milestone in the middle of a pandemic.
Through a virtual event, Apple will release its revenue and profit figures on April 28 at 2:00 p.m. (Pacific Time). We assume that Apple will once again announce that the company has generated profits when almost no one in the industry has managed to do so. Not only that, we suppose they will say that Apple is still the number one company and that it is on its way to becoming the only three trillion dollar company.
You can follow the results from this web page keeping in mind that it is best experienced on an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch using Safari on iOS 10 or later. A Mac using Safari on macOS Sierra 10.12 or later. PC with Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge. MSE, H.264 and AAC are required.
At the end of January, The company announced the results for the last quarter, that is, until mid-December. In it the company set a new all-time record with 111.400 million dollars, 21 percent more than last year, and a quarterly earnings per share of 1.68 dollars, which represents a growth of 35 percent. 64 percent of quarterly sales have been made by Apple outside the US. The complete PDF with everything exposed that day you can find it here.
We will see if these figures have been exceeded. Although no new device has been presented, we have the time of the kings in between. We assume that this will have influenced the company and its numbers for good.