Apple has disclosed that it has reached the 860 million paid subscribers mark for all of its services


The IT giant Apple has revealed that it now has more than 860 million paid customers across all of its services, which include Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News, iCloud, and many more.

According to Luca Maestri, Apple’s Chief Financial Officer, the business experienced higher user engagement with its services during the quarter. This was reported by Apple.

At this point, “we have more than 860 million paid memberships across the services we offer on our platform, which is up more than 160 million in the previous 12 months alone,” he stated during the June quarter earnings call with investors.

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The CFO said record revenue of $19.6 billion was reported for the Services division in the second quarter, up 13% despite currency headwinds of about 500 basis points and the effects of our operations in Russia and the macroeconomic situation.

“The unprecedented level of performance of our services portfolio during the June quarter illustrates the strength of our ecosystem on multiple fronts,” said Maestri. “First, our installed base has continued to grow, reaching an all-time high across each geographic area and key product category.”

Lastly, “We are continuing to enhance our current service offerings, from Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade to the new features we announced recently for iCloud and Apple Music, which we hope our customers will enjoy,” he concluded.

Apple CEO Tim Cook said last week that Apple TV+ has won 250 awards and received over 1,100 nominations since its launch two and a half years ago.

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