7 things you might have missed in Apple's blockbuster earnings report this week
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The iPhone giant reported second-quarter earnings on Tuesday, posting $61 billion in revenue, partly powered by sales of 52.2 million iPhones.
The company also said that it was going to spend a record $100 billion buying back its own stock, and raised its dividends.
But beyond the big money numbers, Apple executives always like to tuck a few new details into its earnings report and conference call.
Some of the revealing nuggets may even hint at what Apple's next big thing.
Here's what you may have missed in Apple's earnings report:
Apple's "wearables" business -- which encompasses headphones and the Apple Watch -- makes more money than Ebay or Netflix.
Apple hasn't decided yet where its new United States campus will be.
The HomePod speaker will get new features in a software update — and will go on sale in new countries.
Apple has $145 billion in cash it can spend. And it plans to spend it.
Apple has a whopping 270 million people subscribing to its services — over twice as many subscribers as Netflix.
Plus, Apple has plans for new services — perhaps a magazine or TV package.
Apple's planned capital return — the money it's giving to shareholders — will be larger than all but 20 S&P 500 companies.
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