Apple's revenues soared 83% to $24.7 billion, and profits grew even faster--up 95%, to $6 billion. Meanwhile, a scary little location-tracking file was discovered on iPhones.
If you dive into the numbers, says Erick Schonfeld atTechCrunch, three areas drove the growth: iPhones, MacBooks and China.
Greg Kumparak points out that 50% of Apple's revenue comes from the iPhone.
Kumparack also reports on a scary new tactic by Apple that creates a file on your iPhone that is storing locations where you've been with timestamps.
PC World followed with a story today that adds some additional facts about the location tracking app.