Apple’s Q4 in charts

Zach Epstein
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Apple posted its fiscal fourth-quarter results on Monday and Wall Street was not impressed. Apple’s results were strong indeed, however growth is slowing significantly, margins continue to slide and Apple missed FQ4 whisper numbers. Shares have recovered since dipping as much as 4% following Apple’s report though, and Apple was upgraded by a number of high-profile banks on Tuesday morning as analysts continue to look over the picture that Apple’s fiscal fourth quarter numbers paint. Charts are always a terrific way to analyze that picture effectively, of course, and mobile analyst Benedict Evans is one of the best at laying out key Apple data points and helping arrange all the data logically and thoughtfully. A few of Evans’s charts follow below and the rest can be seen in his blog post, which is linked in our source section.

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