Apple (AAPL.NASDAQ) announced Monday that quarterly iPhone sales in greater China has surpassed those in the US for the first time as sales in the former rose 71% to US$16.8 billion, The New York Times reported, citing the company’s first-quarter earnings report. “Everything you look at in China was extremely good,” Tim Cook, Apple’s chief executive, said during the company’s earnings call. “We’re really proud of the results there and continue to invest in the country.” Total Q1 revenue for the company grew 27% to US$58 billion, up from US$45.6 billion last year.
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