Tim Cook

Apple announced a lot of numbers during its fiscal Q1 2015 earnings call today in addition to confirming the Apple Watch will ship in April. Some of Apple’s highlights include numbers on Apple Pay since its launch in October, the 1 billionth iOS device shipping in November, and big growth in China as Apple sells a record 74.4 million iPhones during the quarter.

Head below for a roundup of stats and milestones that Apple announced during the call:

$74.6 billion

Apple Q1 2015 revenue: $74.6b

$18 billion 

On that $74.6 billion in revenue, Apple made around $18 billion in profit during the quarter.

74.4m iPhones

Device sales: 74.4m iPhones, 21.4m iPads, 5.5 Macs

34 thousand iPhones/hour

Apple sold over 34 thousand iPhones an hour

iPhone = 69% of revenue

iPhone made up an incredible 69% of Apple’s total revenue for the quarter.

41% growth

App store revenues were up 41% during the holiday quarter

$16.1 billion in China

China revenue up 157% to $16.1 billion

1 billion iOS devices

1 billionth iOS device sold in Nov.

350 Online Stores

Online store now in 350 cities

China Revenue

Online revenues in China more than sum of the previous 5 years

40 new retail stores

Soon to be at 20 retail stores in China, 40 total by mid-2016.

$2 out of every $3 

Apple Pay makes up $2 out of every $3 spent with contactless payments

750 Banks

750 banks and credit unions signed on for Apple Pay

400% increase

Whole Foods had 400% increase in mobile payments since Apple Pay.

80% Apple Pay

Panera Bread mobile payments 80% Apple Pay

130 companies, 12 apps

IBM engaged with 130+ companies for iOS solutions, 12 apps will be released this quarter

25 million

Now at 25 million Apple TVs sold total

600 apps w/ Health

HealthKit in 600 apps

30 CarPlay partners

30 automotive brands delivering CarPlay in 2015

$178 billion

Apple now has $178 billion in cash

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Jordan Kahn

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