It has been a wild year, even for Apple. The company continues to come out smelling like expensive roses, but its fastest-growing product categories this quarter may surprise you.
Apple eked out a tiny bit of growth in its worst quarter since the darkest days of the pandemic, but it still blew away expectations thanks in large part to its Services category.
In a world wracked by military conflict and a pandemic that still disrupts global supply chains, Apple managed to set a slew of revenue records for its second fiscal quarter, bringing in almost $100 billion.
Apple had a typical record-breaking quarter, with especially robust growth for the Mac. But iPad and Japanese sales were notably weak, with no satisfactory answers from Apple.