Other than its iPhones and PCs, Mac offers a pack of different items, similar to the AirPods, Macintosh Watch, Macintosh television, Beats items, iPod Touch and, most as of late, the HomePod. In Q1 2018, Apple saw $5.5 billion in income for these different items, an expansion of 36 percent year over year.
That expansion recommends Apple’s Watch Arrangement 3, which it propelled this past September, and its AirPods are offering admirably.
In Q4 2017, Apple sold just $3.2 billion worth of different items. To be clear, these incomes do exclude pre-deals for the HomePod, which begins shipping February 9 for $349.
Apple’s income in Q1 2018 was $88.3 billion, so deals from different items make up a little segment of the organization’s general income. All things considered, $5.5 billion isn’t a little measure of cash.
Apple’s greatest income driver this quarter was, obviously, the iPhone, trailed by administrations, which incorporates AppleCare, Apple Music and different administrations. In Q1 2018, Apple sold $61.6 billion worth of iPhones and $8.5 billion worth of administrations.