Financial Results

Business • Consumer & Service
Apple reports revenue of $59.69 billion in the third quarter
Apple Park headquarters
Apple Park headquarters Credit: Carles Rabada

Apple announced revenue of $59.7 billion and a net quarterly profit of $11.25 billion for the third fiscal quarter of 2020, which corresponds to the second calendar quarter of the year.

The company reported growth across all of its product lines for Q3, from the iPhone, which has seen slowed growth in recent years, to its booming wearables and services businesses. The iPhone revenue of $26.4 billion for the quarter, an increase from the year-ago quarter.

Business • Economy
Dropbox quarterly revenue and profit beat market estimates
Dropbox Logo
Dropbox Logo Credit: Dropbox

With total revenue of $455.0 million and $39.3 million in net income, Dropbox quarterly results presented a profit for the first time since the company debuted on the Nasdaq, back in 2018.

“We had a strong first quarter as we rallied together to support our customers and our community during this unprecedented public health crisis,” said Dropbox Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Drew Houston. “We delivered healthy growth, record operating margins, and our first quarter of GAAP profitability. I’m incredibly proud of our team as we continue to build products that help facilitate distributed work at scale. We’ve built an enduring business and I remain confident in our future.”

Technology • Games
Electronic Arts beats investor expectations with $1.39 billion revenue in Q4
FIFA 20, an Electronic Arts game, screenshot
FIFA 20, an Electronic Arts game, screenshot Credit: Electronic Arts

Electronic Arts delivered financial results today above investor expectations. The game publisher generated $1.39 billion in revenues for Q4 -- against the $1.19 billion predicted by analysts.

The company credits its digital sales and strong franchises for its growth. That includes $4.05 billion in digital net bookings for fiscal 2020. That’s up 9% year-over-year, and EA says it accounts for 78% of its total net bookings.

“We’re humbled to see people around the world connecting through our games during this unprecedented period,” EA CEO Andrew Wilson said.