During its financial earnings results earlier today, which saw Apple announce Q2 2019 revenue of $58 billion and $11.56 in profit during the quarter, the company has revealed that it has set a new record with its Wearables, Home and Accessories category.
Apple’s senior vice president and chief financial officer, Luca Maestri reports AirPods demands continues to be “off the charts,” while earlier in the call, with Apple CEO Tim Cook saying AirPods are a “cultural phenomenon.”
Apple Watch continues to be the best selling smart watch in the world, with Apple reporting that three quarters of those purchasing Apple wearables during Q2 2019 were first time Apple Watch owners.
The fiscal results don’t share the exact Wearables, Home and Accessories sold during the quarter, though the company does release a revenue breakdown by product category:
- $31.05 billion iPhone
- $11.45 billion: Services
- $5.51 billion: Mac
- $5.13 billion: Wearables, Home and Accessories
- $4.87 billion: iPad
In terms of revenue, Wearables, Home and Accessories overtook iPad in terms of revenue, despite Apple reporting Q2 2019 saw the strongest iPad growth in six years.
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