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The technology giant recorded a net profit of 5,160 million euros. It was 124.6% more than during the same period of 2010. The decrease in the business of iPods occurred only between April and June. The technology giant Apple recorded a net profit of 7.308 billion dollars (5,160 billion euros) between April and June of this year, its second fiscal quarter, which meant 124.6% more than during the same period of 2010, the Silicon Valley company reported. The company earned revenues in the last three months of 28.571 million dollars (20.184 million euros), with a growth of 81.9%, thanks to strong sales of iPhone and iPad tablets. The profit from operations amounted to 9,379 million dollars, 121.5% more than in April and June 2010. It was a quarter of record for Apple numbers, which surpassed all expectations in revenue, profits and sales. We are excited about having achieved our best quarter in our history, he said in a release, the CEO of the company, Steve Jobs, who reiterated the interest of Apple by bring to market this year the new version of its operating system for mobile devices, iOS 5 and the iCloud cloud services. Between April and June, Apple consolidated the upward trend of selling mobile phones iPhone, which commercialized 20,34 million units, 142% more than during those same months in 2010. iPad and Mac the firm also obtained results unprecedented in the commercialization of Tablet iPad, which was renewed in March with the iPad 2, and which shipped is, despite the initial shortage, 9.25 million, 183% more between April and June 2010. Apple also sold 3.95 million Mac computers, 14% more than in the same period a year earlier, while he continued the decline of the business of iPods whose demand was 7.54 million units, 20% in interannual terms at least. Source of the news: Apple achieves the best quarter in its history to the sell 20 million iPhone and iPad 9 million

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