Apple's latest financial results are better than expected as iPhone X launches today

Apple's latest financial results are better than expected as iPhone X launches today

Apple's latest set of financial results are better than expected.

The company has announced revenue of €44bn euro in the three months to September.

Sales of the iPhone 8 have been steady, with the company's new handset, the iPhone X, out in shops today.

There were concerns that the iPhone 8 would not sell well due to the announcement of the iPhone X.

However, sales were impressive in China in particular, while the company experienced a 3% increase in handset sales overall.

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