Apple has logged record revenue of $83bn for its Q3, up two per cent year on year beating Wall Street's estimates. However, it's services business saw growth slow from Q2. Apple reports results for its cloud services business in the same segment as the App Store, Apple TV+, and Apple Music. Q3 services revenue came in at $19.6bn, up 12 per cent year on year, but down from Q2's services revenue of $19.7bn. Wall Street investors had expected Apple's services sales to hold steady at ...
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