Apple delivered a rough Q2 earnings report Thursday, besting investor expectations but showing a significant growth slowdown as the coronavirus pandemic deeply impacted the company’s business.
Apple’s stock was largely unchanged in after-hours trading.
The company shared that in Q2 it earned $58.30 billion in revenue, better than the $54.54 billion investors were expecting. The figure represents 1% year-over-year revenue growth for the company.
In February, the company issued an update to its Q2 guidance, saying that did not expect to meet its earlier estimates due to fallout driven by the COVID-19 pandemic. The company did not update its previous guidance which said they expected to earn between $63 billion to $67 billion in Q2.
In terms of earnings per share, the company delivered $2.55 compared to the $2.26 investors had expected.
After a very rough March, most big tech stocks have been roaring back into growth in April. Apple is in a more difficult position than other ad-driven businesses given the global complexity of its supply chain.