Apple has released its Q4 2012 financial earnings, noting that iPhone sales were up 26% year-over-year with 26.9 million sold. The firm has also sold 14 million iPads, 4.9 million Macs, and 5.3 million iPods. Sales of most devices grew year-over-year, with iPod noting a 19% decline. Overall, the firm reported $8.2 billion in earnings with $36 billion in sales. Just this week, the firm announced iPad 4, iPad Mini, and a new MacBook Pro. Thanks, TechCrunch.
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Apple Q4 2012 Financals