The net profit of the American corporation Apple in the second fiscal quarter ended March 31 reached a record 13.8 billion dollars against 11 billion dollars a year earlier. Experts had expected the figure at $13.5 billion. Revenues rose 16% year-on-year to 61.1 billion dollars, experts had forecast 60.9 billion dollars. During the earnings period, 52 million 200 thousand iPhones were sold, quarterly proceeds from their sales amounted to 38 billion dollars. In the segment of various servers, including the App Store, revenue growth was 31%. The increase in revenue was recorded in all geographical segments.
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