Apple earnings are out, and investors are not loving the numbers.
However, lost in all of the noise is the fact that Apple just broke out its revenues in China for the first time ever in its latest release, according to CNBC.
Greater China – including Taiwan and Hong Kong – revenues were $6.83 billion, up from $5.43 billion in the previous quarter and $4.08 billion a year ago. That represents growth of 26 percent and 67 percent, respectively.
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