Music Ally reports: “Business is still good for Apple: the tech giant posted record quarterly revenues in Q3 this year (its fiscal Q4), up 8% year-on-year to $90.15bn. That included a quarterly record for revenue from services, the business line that included Apple Music. Apple made $19.19bn from services last quarter, up 5% year-on-year, as it passed more than 900m paid subscriptions across all of its services. There was no new figure for Apple Music specifically, but in Apple’s earnings call CEO Tim Cook did address this month’s price rise for that service.”

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