Apple by the numbers

Apple's quarterly results may have failed to hit the mark but with the iPhone 5 due for release in a couple of months the tech giant is still in a league of its own.

Apple's quarterly results have failed to meet Wall Street's expectations but it's not quite doom and gloom for the tech giant just yet.

While revenue and net income both increased by 20 per cent the market expected more and one can't really blame its enthusiasm because Apple has so far made a habit of blowing projections out of the water.


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