In total, the company reported "record quarterly revenue" of $54.5 billion with a similarly unprecedented quarterly profit of $13.1 billion, compared to $46.3 billion in revenue and $13.1 billion in Q1 last year. As for the rest of Apple's product suite, the company reported 22.9 million iPads sold, aided in large part by the introduction of the smaller, most cost-effective iPad mini. In the quarter a year prior, Apple sold 15.4 million iPads.
While the company is riding high on smartphone and tablet sales, Mac computer and iPod sales were down compared to last year. The company moved 4.1 million Macs this quarter, down from 5.2 million last year, while iPods accounted for 12.7 million in sales, down from 15.4 million.
Looking ahead to its second quarter, Apple has provided investor guidance of $41 to $43 billion in revenue, a comparatively modest estimation.