Apple beat Wall Street expectations with a $91.8 billion revenue quarter and $4.99 earnings per share. This was the best quarter in Apple’s history, which is typical for most holiday quarters, though 2018 missed that mark.
Leading the way was a the iPhone, with $56 billion in the first full quarter of sales for the iPhone 11. Services such as iCloud and Apple Music accounted for #12.7 billion and wearables and accessories earned $10 billion. Both numbers up from last year. But iPad and Mac sales both shrank slightly.