Tim Cook writes yet another letter to employees – congratulates them on a great quarter, praises Apple products

After Apple releasing its fourth quarter earnings report, which topped both Wall Street's predictions and Apple's own forecest, it is, naturally, time for CEO Tim Cook to address Apple employees with a new letter – something that's become a habit of his lately.

In it, the CEO informs “the team” that this quarter has seen Apple's highest September revenue ever and has brought Cupertinians their highest growth in revenue since “seven quarters”. We take it this means “since the release of the iPhone 5, two years ago” and we can see that there is an amusing sentence about Apple's sales growing every time it upgrades the screen size of its flagship smartphone, but we will leave it at that.

In his typical style, Mr. Cook congratulates the employees on the successful quarter and continues to praise the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices, which, according to him, still have a tremendous supply-demand gap. The App Store is also cited as an important source of revenue, and the Mac, Mr. Cook says, kept growing, while the rest of the PC market declined.

You can read the full letter below:

source: 9to5Mac via iMore

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