Mac revenue hit an all-time high last quarter, even without new MacBook Pros | Engadget

iPhone sales made up almost 47 percent of Apple's total revenue, and iPhone revenue of $38.9 billion was up 47 percent year over year. Apple's Services business has been growing steadily for years, so it's not surprising that this quarter's revenue of $18.3 billion was an all-time high, as well. While that's only a few weeks of the quarter, it likely helped fuel that massive growth.The iPad, too, had a strong quarter. Apple has made a lot of substantial tweaks to its product line up the last two years or so, and it appears to be making the right moves here. This year, all four iPhone 13 models went on sale simultaneously, in mid-September. But for the Mac, it's interesting to see it hit that high-water mark without new MacBook Pro models on the market to help move the needle.
Apple has made a lot of substantial tweaks to its product line up the last two years or so, and it appears to be making the right moves here. The company just reported its results for the quarter end… [+1963 chars]