Apple has released its Q3 earnings report in which the firm posted $35 billion in revenue, compared to $28.57 billion during the same period last year. The firm also reported $8.8 billion in profits, which is $1.5 billion more than Q3 2011. The firm sold 26 million iPhones, which is a 28% increase year-over-year, and the firm sold 17 million iPads – an increase of 84% over Q3 2011. Mac sales it 4 million units, a 2% yoy increase, and iPod sales hit 6.8 million units, a 10% decline compared to Q3 2011. Thanks, VentureBeat.
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