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He added that strength in emerging markets -- especially Greater China, which passed Europe to become Apple's second-biggest sales market -- buoyed the company's financial results, with revenue up 58 percent. The Apple Watch may be what everyone's talking about, but it's still the iPhone driving Apple's financial results. For the second period in a row, the iPhone accounted for more than two-thirds of Apple's total revenue, higher than the typical level closer to 50 percent. Consumers have been scooping up Apple's larger-screen smartphones -- the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus -- at record rates since they hit the market in September. But they've also stopped buying as many iPads, Apple's No. 2 moneymaker after its smartphones.

In the second quarter ended March 28, Apple sold 61.2 million iPhones, up from 43.7 million in the year-earlier period but below the record 74.5 million sold in the previous holiday-bolstered quarter, Analysts expected the company to sell 57.2 million iPhones in its second quarter, according to a poll by Fortune, Sales of the device drove Apple to report revenue up 27 percent to $58 billion, above the $56.08 billion anticipated by analysts polled by Thomson Reuters, Net income rose to $13.6 billion, or $2.33 a share, up from iphone 8 plus rose gold wristlet folio case $10.2 billion, or $1.66 a share, Analysts had expected earnings of $2.16 a share..

It was "clearly a good quarter as they beat Street expectations for both revenue and earnings," Gartner analyst Van Baker said. Apple shares rose 1.3 percent to $134.38 in after-hours trading. As of market close Monday, the stock has jumped 20 percent since the beginning of January and 62 percent over the past 12 months. The period doesn't come close to Apple's blockbuster December quarter -- which saw the highest revenue in Apple's 38-year history and the biggest profit of any public company ever -- but Apple benefited from strong sales in Greater China. Revenue in the region, which got a boost from the Chinese New Year in February, soared to a record $16.8 billion from $9.84 billion a year ago. China was the only region detailed in Apple's earnings report where second-quarter sales topped those of the first quarter, though up a scant 4 percent.

"It was an incredible quarter," Cook said, "I've never seen as many people coming into the middle class as they are in China, and that's the bulk of our sales, and we're really proud and continue to invest in the country."The report comes only three days after Apple's newest gadget, Apple Watch, hit the market, The smartwatch, which requires an iPhone 5 or later to run basic apps and receive notifications, is Apple's first new device since the iPad launched five years ago and the first new product category under the leadership of Cook, It's key for Apple to show it's still an innovator and can expand beyond its wildly successful iPhone iphone 8 plus rose gold wristlet folio case franchise, which makes up the bulk of sales and profits..

So far, Apple Watch has been experiencing long shipping delays. Wait times for the device, which costs from $349 for the sport version to $17,000 for the gold edition, now stretch into July. Research firm Slice Intelligence on Sunday estimated only 22 percent of US customers who preordered the Apple Watch received their devices in the first weekend it was available. Apple hasn't revealed the watch's sales figures, and it doesn't plan to break out the results in its quarterly reports. Still, some analysts believe the company has sold 2 million Apple Watch units in just the two weeks of preorders, which started April 10.