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Apple has doubled its profits to $13.1bn – a record high for the Cupertino giant.
Net income or profit for its fiscal 2012 first quarter to Dec 31 was US$13.1 billion – doubled the $6bn it recorded a year ago.

And its thanks to stellar sales of iPhone 4S released just a day before the death of its legendary CEO Steve Jobs.
 
All Apple’s earnings enjoyed a record highs – revenues jumped an astonishing 73% to $46.3 bn – more than doubled the figure $32.5 the company itself predicted, meaning Cuperinto outdid even its own predictions, according to Wall Street Journal.

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