Although revenue from services was up over 18% from the same period last year, it was down slightly from the previous quarter. But it’s still a bucketload of cash outside of Apple’s traditional hardware businesses. CEO Tim Cook added on the earnings call that it has 230 million subscribers across its various subscription services, like Apple Music and iCloud.

It seems that consumers were fans of the iPad this holiday season. Sales of Apple tablets were up about 6% over the same period last year, to about $5.9 billion, which was the third consecutive quarter of growth, Cook said on the call. The Mac still outsold the iPad, however, generating $6.9 billion in the quarter, meaning that unlike the kid in Apple’s exceedingly annoying ad, its customers know what a real computer is. Mac sales were down roughly 4.7% over the same quarter last year, however. Perhaps one day Apple will just merge the two platforms and make a touchscreen computer.

One of the biggest mysteries over the last few years is how many Apple Watches the company has been selling. Initially released in 2015, it was the first major new product released under Cook, and after mixed reviews, it hasn’t yet hit the heights that the iPad or Mac—let alone the iPhone—have hit. Apple hides watch sales away in its “Other products” business line, which also includes Beats headphones, and other accessories, like AirPods, which themselves appear to have been a bit of a surprise hit. This quarter, the segment generated $5.5 billion, up a whopping 37% from the same period last year. It seems like something really lived up to Apple’s stocking-stuffer hopes.

Cook did say on the call that it was the “best quarter ever” for the Apple Watch, with sales up 50% from the same period last year, but didn’t provide further details. “Other products” is still Apple’s smallest business line, but it’s closing in quickly on the iPad. Perhaps soon Apple will actually break out watch sales, so we’ll be able to see if pundits suggesting the watch is a success have any truth in their claims.

Apple’s most important revenue-generating region is its home turf of the Americas, but some believe it will eventually need to sell as well in developing markets like China and India to continue its run of success. Apple chief financial offer Luca Maestri said many emerging markets, including India, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe, experienced “double-digit growth” over the same period last year. Revenue from China was also up about 10% from last year, to about $18 billion, but the region still lags behind Europe as Apple’s second-largest region. China held the title briefly in 2015.

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