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Apple reported sales and profit that beat Wall Street estimates, fueled by growth in its iPhone business.
The figures were for the October to December period for Apple - the busiest since it is right after the new iPhone launches and includes holiday sales.
Sales of iPhones hit $69.70 billion, growing 6 percent to beat analyst expectations of $67.82 billion.
Sales in China were down 13 per cent as Huawei takes more and more market share.
Read at Mail Online
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