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Apple reports record quarter as China sales jump 58%

Tech giant warns ongoing supply constraints to hit iPhone and iPad

Sales of the iPhone jumped nearly 50% year over year in the June quarter, propelled by strong demand for Apple's first 5G-capable smartphone. (Photo courtesy of Apple) 

PALO ALTO, U.S. -- Apple reported its highest-ever June quarter revenue on Tuesday, driven by robust sales of its first 5G iPhones, especially in China. The U.S. tech giant warned, however, that ongoing supply constraints are expected to worsen in the September quarter, particularly for the iPhone and iPad.

For the three months ended June 26, Apple's total revenue grew 36.4% on the year to reach $81.4 billion. Greater China, which includes mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, reported the highest revenue growth of all regions, with a 58.2% year-over-year jump to $14.8 billion in the quarter, up from the $9.3 billion last year.

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