Apple reported its fourth quarter earnings today — $18.4 billion net on sales of $75.9 billion — but said it anticipated its first quarterly sales drop since 2003 in the first quarter of 2016. Overall sales and iPhone shipments fell short of predictions.
For the record: the company didn’t break out sales of the Apple Watch.
[Update: $4.35 billion in “Other” sales include Apple TV, Apple Watch, Beats headphones and so on. That’s up 43 percent over the previous (3rd) quarter, when the updated Apple TV wasn’t available and the Apple Watch was just getting started.
TechCrunch has estimates from Asymco analyst Horace Dediu, who puts Watch sales at 5.5 million units in Q4, with 12.4 million to date.]