Reportedly, Apple (AAPL) first-quarter earnings dropped, missing estimates as iPhone sales disappoint. The company faced significant headwinds throughout November and December, from COVID lockdowns and worker protests at manufacturer Foxconn’s facility in Zhengzhou, China. The plant, which employs 200,000 workers, produces the bulk of Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max handsets.
Revenue stood at $117.1 billion versus $121.1 billion expected.
Adjusted earnings per share was $1.88 versus $1.94 estimated.
iPhone generated revenue of $65.7 billion versus $68.3 billion expected.
Mac reported revenue of $7.7 billion versus $9.72 billion expected.
iPad revenue stood at $9.4 billion versus $7.7 billion estimated.
Wearables contributed $13.4 billion lower than $15.3 billion expected.
Services unit generated $20.7 billion versus $20.4 billion expected.
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