Apple’s Asia Pacific revenues has declined year-on-year (YoY) to $2.62 billion for the quarter ended March 29, 2014, down from $3.16 billion revenues in the same quarter last year.
The region currently contributes for 5.74% of Apple’s total revenues for the quarter which was at $45.6 billion for the quarter. In comparison, the region had contributed for around 7.2% of the company’s revenues in the same quarter last year.
Note that these revenues doesn’t include revenues from Greater China (China, Hong Kong and Taiwan) and Japan region, which is reported separately.
Apple’s overall net profit however increased to $10.2 billion for the quarter, up 7.4% from $9.5 billion profit in the same quarter last year. Apple mentioned that International sales accounted for 66% of the company’s revenue, same as the corresponding quarter last year.
iPhone sales increase 17% YoY: Apple has sold 43.7 million iPhones during the quarter, up 17% from 37.4 million iPhone sales in the same quarter last year. The company had reported a record 51 million iPhone sales in the previous quarter, however do note that the previous quarter was a holiday quarter.
iPhone sales contributed for $26.06 billion revenues, representing 57.1% of the company’s total revenues for the quarter. In comparison, iPhone sales had contributed for $22.96 billion revenues, representing 52.7% of Apple’s total revenues for the quarter.
During the company’s earnings conference call, Apple CEO Tim Cook mentioned that iPhone sales grew by 55% YoY in India, although he didn’t disclose any specific numbers on this. (Also read: Apple Wants To Sell Rs 1,000 Crore Worth iPhones In India)
iPad sales decline 16% YoY: iPad sales however dipped yet again, with the company selling 16.4 million iPads for the quarter, down 16% from 19.5 million iPad sales in Q2-FY13. Note that this includes sales from both regular iPad & iPad Mini and the company hasn’t provided any breakup for the same.
Consequentially, iPad sales revenues also declined with the company making $7.61 billion from sales for the quarter, down 13% from $8.75 billion revenues in the same quarter last year. iPad sales represents 16.7% of Apple’s revenues for the quarter, down from 20.1% in the same quarter last year.
iTunes Sales now 10% of Apple revenues: Apple has generated $4.6 billion revenues from iTunes sales for the quarter, up 11% from $4.1 billion revenue in Q2-FY12. These revenues includes revenues from sales on the iTunes Store, the App Store, the Mac App Store, and the iBookstore, and revenue from sales of AppleCare, licensing and other services. The segment accounted for 10.1% of total Apple revenues for the quarter.
Cook mentioned that they currently have 800 million iTunes accounts, most with credit cards included and App Store has registered a cumulative 70 billion app downloads until now. Another interesting stat is 87% of iOS devices are now running on iOS 7.
Mac sales: Mac sales however increased year on year, with the company selling 4.14 million Macs for the quarter, up from 3.95 million Macs in Q2-FY13. These sales accounted for $5.52 billion (12.1%) of total Apple revenues for the quarter.
iPod sales halved: The iPod sales declined by more than 51% YoY to 2.76 million for the quarter, down from 5.6 million sales in Q2-FY13. These sales accounted for a minor $461 million (1.01%) of total Apple revenues for the quarter, as compared to $961 million in the same quarter last year.
Accessories: Apple has reported $1.42 billion revenue from accessories for the quarter, up 3% from $1.38 billion revenue in Q2-FY13. This includes revenues from sales of hardware peripherals and Apple-branded and third-party accessories for iPhone, iPad, Mac and iPod. The segment accounted for 3.1% of total Apple revenues for the quarter.