(reported by electronic enthusiast / Zhang Ying) on April 28, Apple released the financial report for the second quarter of fiscal year 2022. Driven by the strong demand for smart phone business and service business, its revenue reached a record high of US $97.28 billion, an increase of 8.59% year-on-year. However, Apple executives warned that the supply chain bottleneck derived from the epidemic may reduce the third quarter revenue by up to $8billion, which has an impact on future growth. After hours, the share price fell.
Figure from Apple official website
The following is the distribution of Apple’s five major business revenues in the second quarter:
- IPhone revenue reached US $50.57 billion, a year-on-year increase of 5.5%;
- Service revenue reached US $19.82 billion, a year-on-year increase of 17.28%;
- Mac revenue reached US $10.44 billion, a year-on-year increase of 14.73%;
- IPad revenue reached US $7.65 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 1.92%;
- Revenue from other products (including airpods and apple watch) reached US $8.81 billion, an annual increase of 12.37%.
In terms of regional revenue, we see that the revenue from the Americas reached US $40.882 billion, an annual increase of 19%; The revenue from Europe reached US $23.287 billion, an annual increase of 4.6%; Revenue from Greater China was 18.343 billion US dollars, an annual increase of 3.4%; The revenue from Japan was $7.724 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 0.2%; Revenue from other Asia Pacific regions reached US $7.042 billion, an annual decrease of 6.7%.
Apple CEO Cook said: “the record performance in this quarter demonstrates Apple’s unremitting attention to innovation and our ability to create the best products and services in the world. However, we have not been spared from the challenges of the supply chain.”
Apple’s share price fell nearly 4% in after hours trading after Luca Maestri, Apple’s chief financial officer, warned of several challenges this quarter, including supply restrictions related to the COVID-19, which could damage sales by $4billion to $8billion. The technology giant also warned that the blockade measures related to novel coronavirus were weakening Chinese demand.
After the announcement of the financial report, Apple Rose by more than 2% after hours, but fell by 4% after warning of supply chain problems.
Apple said that the board of directors had authorized a $90billion share repurchase program, keeping its pace as a listed company that spent the most to buy its own shares.
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