Apple posts Q1 2015 results →

The highlights:

  • $74.6 billion in revenue
  • 74.5 million iPhones sold
  • 21.4 million iPads sold

Insane. Don’t miss Jason Snell’s charts. That revenue one is mind-blowing.

Changes are coming to how Apple reports is earnings, as Josh Lowensohn at The Verge explains:

One big change this quarter is that Apple is no longer reporting its iPod unit sales. As of this quarter, Apple now lumps them into a new “other products” category that also includes the Apple TV, Beats headphones, and soon the Apple Watch.