Apple’s Wearables Category Sees Record Revenue Growth in September Quarter

Apple Watch Series 4 Sports Loop

While Apple’s Services division is seeing its own all time high records, the Wearables category continues to rake it in.

The follow-up earnings call that Apple hosted, following the quarterly earnings report, the company confirmed that its Wearables category is seeing a huge boost. As you know by now, Apple doesn’t break down the specifics in the “Other” category, which includes the Apple Watch, Apple TV, AirPods, iPod touch, the HomePod, and Beats devices. However, the company confirmed it brought in $4.2 billion in revenue during the fourth fiscal quarter, which earned the category a 31% increase when compared to the fourth quarter of 2017.

Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, also confirmed that the company’s wearables category, which includes the Apple Watch, HomePod, and AirPods, saw an impressive record of its own. Cook says the category earned a September quarterly revenue record on its own, and saw 50 percent growth.

As for the Apple Watch Series 4, which launched in September? Cook says the new wearable is even more a part of people’s daily lives, and that the feedback for the new wearable is “overwhelmingly positive” at this point.