Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) has a market cap of $560 billion. Now you can see every second of the day just how dominant the tech giant really is.
Everysecond.io/apple/ tracks a variety of Apple metrics as the seconds go by. From iPhone sales to revenue to FaceTime calls, just about everything you need is there.
Apple is arguably the most powerful company in the world, but it has shown signs of slowing down in 2016.
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The company reported Q3 earnings of $7.8 billion or $1.42 per share, which compares to Wall Street consensus EPS estimates of $1.38. This represents a decline of 27 percent from the $1.85 that Apple reported in Q3 2015.
The company reported quarterly revenue of $42.36 billion, beating analysts' estimates of $42.09 billion. Last year, the company reported revenue of $49.6 billion in Q3.
Apple reported its first decline in year-over-year quarterly sales since 2003 in Q2 2016, when iPhone sales fell 16 percent. Both iPad and MacBook sales also fell by double digits in Q2.
In the most recent quarter, iPhone sales were down 15 percent to 40.4 million and total revenue fell by 14.6 percent.
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