Apple Unveils First Quarter 2006 Financial Results

Here’s the scoop: Apple is smashing records.

During the fiscal quarter concluding on December 31, 2005, Apple announced unprecedented earnings, marking the highest in its history.

The tech giant reported revenues of $5.75 billion and a net profit of $565 million over the 14-week period. Sales figures included 1,254,000 Mac computers and 14,043,000 iPods, indicating a 20% increase in Mac sales and a staggering 207% surge in iPod sales compared to the previous year.

On a lighter note, I discovered six dollars in my jacket today, which was a delightful surprise.

It seems Apple and I are on the same planet, but in vastly different financial universes.

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