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Submission + - How emerging markets contributed to Apple's strong quarter (networkworld.com)

smaxp writes: Apple’s international sales made up 66% of Apple’s revenues. Thanks to the company’s performance in international markets, it offset market share losses in the U.S. and grew 7 % overall.

Apple exceeded expectations measured along every axis except new products. Boldly increasing dividends and share buybacks and splitting the stock while easily beating Wall Street’s estimates, Tim Cook made a clear statement that, despite prevailing opinion, Apple was not in crisis because it has not introduced a new product category since the iPad in 2010.

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