Apple sold a record number of Macs this spring, the company said yesterday. But the company sold more iPhones than Macs during the quarter. IPads, which debuted during the spring quarter, also outsold Macs.
The sales figures are a reminder of why the company changed its name a few years ago from "Apple Computer" to "Apple Inc." Its growth is all about mobile devices. (Yes, mobile devices are technically computers. But they're not "computers" in the vernacular sense of the word.)
Revenue figures are based on Apple's SEC filings.
Anyway. We put together this chart, which shows Apple's quarterly revenues over the past few years. Note that the quarters are based on Apple's fiscal year, which runs through September.