Record Q3 iPad Sales Help Apple Enjoy Revenue, Profit Growth

October 2012
Macworld;Oct2012, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p14
The article discusses computer company Apple Inc. and the reported record third-quarter (Q3) 2012 sales of its iPad tablet computer products, including information on Apple's Q3 sale of nearly 17 million iPads, four million Macintosh computers, and 26 million iPhone smartphones. A decrease in number of iPod digital music players which were sold by Apple in Q3 2012 is also mentioned.


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