Apple’s second fiscal quarter looks to have turned out well for its own retail stores with sales up some 90 percent. That increase added to the company’s record breaking figures that included US$24.67 billion in quarterly revenue and $5.99 billion in profits.
71 million visitors passed through Apple’s retail stores for the quarter, up 28 million from Q2 2010’s 43 million.
The company sold some 3.76 million Macs during its second quarter, up 28 percent compared to the same quarter last year. It also sold 18.65 million iPhones, and 4.69 million iPads.
iPhone sales were up 113 percent compared to the same time last year. The company doesn’t have any annual sales comparison figures for the iPad yet since the product line is still so new, but compared to last quarter’s 7.33 million units sold, iPad figures are down.
Apple is currently trading after hours at $352.86, up 10.45 (3.05%). The company’s stock closed the day at $342.41.