Marking its first fall in fifteen years, Apple’s sales drop by 19 per cent


Apple’s profits have taken a tumble after a dip in iPhone sales, its quarterly results show.

The tech company saw a 19 per cent slump from £9.1 billion to £7.4 billion, marking its first fall since 2001.

The shock drop follows its announcement that it only sold 45.5 million iPhones this year, five per cent less than last year.

But Apple’s bad fortune didn’t end there as it also saw a reported six per cent drop in iPad sales and a 14 per cent decline in Mac computer sales.

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