The Cupertino, Calif., giant now also has $97.6 billion in its cash reserve, money that CFO Peter Oppenheimer said wasn't "burning a hole in our wallets," but he had no announcements as to its use.
Beyond the record-breaking financials, plenty of other numbers were worth noting -- including some, associated with the iPhone and iPad, that propelled Apple to its market-leading status.
Here are some of the figures CEO Tim Cook extolled during the company's first-quarter earnings call Tuesday:
"People who want an iPad won't settle for limited functionality," Cook said. "Last year was supposed to be the year of tablets, but I think most people will agree it was the year of the iPad for the second year in a row."
— Sarah Reedy, Senior Reporter, Light Reading Mobile