Apple posted a little increase in deals for the second from last quarter of the year.
While iPhone deals plunged, the organization compensated for any shortfall in higher incomes in administrations, for example, its product store and music administration.
Deals rose 1% to $53.8bn (£44.3bn), while net benefit dropped 13% to $10bn. The organization stemmed a portion of its drop in deals to China.
The outcomes beat Wall Street gauges and offers increased 3.5% to $216.10 in twilight exchanging.
For first time since 2012, iPhone deals speak to not exactly 50% of organization's general deals. Offers of the gadget are somewhere around $741m on this period a year ago.
In China, deals fell 4% to $9.16bn, after a drop of 22% in the subsequent quarter. Trade rates have made the iPhone costly for Chinese clients.
Apple estimate offers of somewhere in the range of $61bn and $64bn for the last three months of its money related year.