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Apple had a strong fiscal third-quarter, beating analyst estimates for earnings per share and revenue as iPhone sales remained healthy. Apple announced revenue of $45.4bn (£34.4bn) and earnings of $1.67 (£1.26) per share, compared to the year-ago quarter of $42.4bn (£32.1) and $1.42 (£1.08), respectively. Apple’s shares surged more than 5 per cent to a record $157.79 (£119.47) in after-hours trading on Tuesday following the company’s release of its third-quarter results.
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