Apple’s overall revenue strength, however, is accounted for by the fact that while the iPhone is shrinking, everything else in Apple’s stable of goods and services managed to grow. Services — the broad category that is home to Apple Care, Apple Pay, subscription apps, Apple Music and iCloud — was, overall, Apple’s MVP in Q4, with revenue growing year over year by 40 percent. All in all, Services generated $12.51 billion in revenue.
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