Apple (opens in new tab) has reported its highest ever quarterly profit for the three months to June 25th, 2011.
Record sales of more than 20 million iPhones (+142%) and 9.25 million iPads (+183%) during the period saw net income jump 125% to $7.31bn (£4.6bn), while total revenue was $28.6bn, also a record.
However, iPod sales continued to slip, down 20% to 7.54 million units.
Apple chief financial officer, Peter Oppenheimer, says: "We are extremely pleased with our performance.
"Looking ahead to the fourth fiscal quarter of 2011, we expect revenue of about $25bn."
Oppenheimer also revealed that Lion, the new version of the Mac OS X operating system, will go on sale today (July 20th).