As is typically the case, the strength of Apple’s recent earnings report really depends on how you choose to prioritize the report’s more important data points. On one hand, for example, Apple just posted the most successful quarter in corporate history; $18.4 billion in profits on the back of a record-setting 74.8 million in iPhone sales. But on the other, iPhone sales year over year were practically flat.
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