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Thu 28 Jan 2016 12:12 PM

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In pictures: Apple's 2016 financials

Apple highlights record first quarter, but misses iPhones and iPads predicted estimates.

In pictures: Apple's 2016 financials
In its first quarter, Apple posted a record revenue of $75.9bn and a quarterly net income of $18.4bn, or $3.28 per diluted share. In comparison to its first quarter in 2015, Apple then reported a revenue of $74.6bn and net profit $18bn. Apple CEO Tim Cook hailed the iPhone, Apple Watch and Apple TV as the ‘world’s most innovative products’, but is this Apple's strongest quarter ever?
In pictures: Apple's 2016 financials
The release of the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus during the festive period meant shipment figures reached 74.8m. Despite the high volume, overall quarter-on-quarter results showed iPhone sales had only increased by 0.4% to 74.8m from 74.5m a year ago. (Getty Images)
In pictures: Apple's 2016 financials
iPad sales were at its worst at 16.1m sales, compared to 21.4m last year, showing a steady decline. Apple failed to pass its iPhone and iPad estimates.
In pictures: Apple's 2016 financials
Apple’s Mac sales were lower compared to a year ago where 5.52m units had been sold, again another steady decline saw 5.31m units shipped in this first quarter. (Getty Images)
In pictures: Apple's 2016 financials
Though Apple did not specify actual figures, its other products, such as Apple TV, Apple Watch, Beats products, iPod and Apple-branded and third-party accessories, soared by 63% and generated $4.4m revenue. (Getty Images)
In pictures: Apple's 2016 financials
Other services which include iTunes and Apple Pay generated $6.05bn revenue, and was up by 26% on the previous quarter.
In pictures: Apple's 2016 financials
On a global scale, Greater China revenue was at $18.37bn, which was up by 14% compared to last year. Revenue in Japan fell to 12% and the Americas was down 4%, but Europe and the rest of Asia increased by 4%.
In pictures: Apple's 2016 financials
Apple’s successful first quarter will not be matched in its second, as it predicts generating revenue between $50bn and $53bn, which is lower than the $58bn it made in its second quarter last year. (Getty Images)
In pictures: Apple's 2016 financials
Wall Street was expecting earnings of $2.23 a share and revenue of $55.6bn, and furthermore Apple’s stock was up 0.5% at market close. (Getty Images)