Jan 18th, 2007

Apple Financial Results Q1, 2007

Apple has announced financial results for its fiscal 2007 first quarter ended December 30, 2006; according this, Apple revenue exceeds $7 billion.
Here are some notes of interesting mostly European marketplace.
• Apple Europe accounted for 491,000 Mac sales and $1.711 billion in revenues. These figures are up 27% and 38% year-over-year (compared respectively with America’s 21% and 30%).
• Apple feels very good on Mac and iPod internationally, particularly in Europe.
• Apple very pleased with retail stores’ performance.
• Apple plans to open 35-40 new stores in fiscal 2007.
• Mac unit growth in Europe was 28%.
You may read the full contend of the notes from Apple’s Q1, 2007 conference call, on MacDailyNews and AppleInsider.
MacsimumNews points a lot of interesting notes too.
You may hear the audio replay of Apple’s conference call, discussing Q1 - 2007 financial results, on Apple’s site in QuickTime format.

Update:
Tim Cook, Apple chief operating officer, spoke with some analysts to discuss the announcements.
Here is a highlight mentioned on a Macworld’s article: Apple has applied fresh focus on generating growth in territories outside the US, and is seeing positive gains in Europe, where Mac growth hit 28 per cent against a market average of 9 per cent, Cook explained.


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