Apple released its quarterly earnings on Monday night, once again revealing to the watching public exactly how it has performed in the last three months, as well as looking ahead to what can be expected for the firm in the coming 12 months.
V3's Dan Worth and Michael Passingham sat down to take a look at the biggest headline's from Apple's earnings call and discuss how the Cupertino firm will attempt to make it big in 2014 - perhaps with the almost mythical iWatch or by finally moving into the TV market with its own units.
Further reading from Apple's Q4 2013 earnings announcement:
- Apple sells record 33.8m iPhones as profits dip
- Apple completes 15 company acquititions, seven deals remain a mystery
- Top 5 Apple quotes from Tim Cook in Apple Q4 2014 earnings call
- Apple iWatch on the cards as Tim Cook promises new product lines for 2014
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