Tonight Apple has summed up the results for the III quarter of fiscal year 2013, which ended June 29. Top managers of the company in the process of discussing the financial results during a conference call particularly noted the good results of iPhone sales in a number of countries and said that ahead of Apple – hot during the presentations of new products.
“The company will be a very busy autumn period,” – said Apple chief financial officer Peter Oppenheimer. He declined to reveal details, saying that all updates will be announced in October.
This autumn, observers expect to release iPhone 5S, budget iPhone, the new iPad, and MacBook Pro notebooks and iMac candy bars based processors Haswell. And the possible announcement of new product categories, which Tim Cook let slip in April . According to rumors, the company is developing innovative wearable computer iWatch TV and iTV.
The last presentation of Apple, which presented the iPad mini, new iMac and 13-inch MacBook Pro with a display Retina, held in October 2012. In June at WWDC 2013 the company presented the new MacBook Air and Mac Pro and iOS platforms 7 and OS X 10.9. Updated devices running these operating systems will be released in the fall.
“We are working on products that are truly proud of – Tim Cook said during a conference call. – We will announce updates when the time comes. “
Cook also mentioned that the last fiscal quarter was a record for Russia by the number of activations and sales of iPhone. In addition, he explained the recent hype, when it became clear that Apple does not remain partners among Russian operators. According to Cook, in Russia about 80% of smartphone sales refers to sales of retailers, as well as for partnerships with mobile service providers around the world, the management of the company as a whole rather them.
Such attention to Russia looks very promising, especially given the recent opening of the official Russian online store Apple Store.
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