It is indeed expected that tech giant Apple is actually gearing up to set a new record as far as revenue is concerned for the sake of the final quarter of this year \u2013 thanks of course to the improvements that have taken place with respect to iPhone production and also the performance of its various services. The information makes its way courtesy of a lead analyst belonging to Morgan Stanley who has indeed further reported that the total revenue of Apple is expected to be 122.3 billion USD for Q4 of last year \u2013 with a gross margin of 41.9% and an earnings per share equaling that of $1.97%. The prediction happens to be three percent ahead of the numbers that have been put ahead by Wall Street for the very same \u2013 thanks to the rather impressive a number of promising data points, including the likes of lesser manufacturing disruptions and also a rather strong demand for products in China. Also Read: The Gorgeous vivo V23e \u2014 Tech Gurus\u2019 Opinion Huberty also believes that the iPhone lineup was ahead in mostly outperforming the estimates \u2013 selling 83 million units alone in the December ending quarter. The numbers for the Mac are also ahead of the consensus too, however though, iPad shipment forecast has actually been subject to a reduction from 17 million units to 14.9 million units. As far as the services go then, the analyst actually believes that Apple end up reporting a revenue equaling $19.2 billion, which refers to a massive year on year growth of 21.7%. The reason given for this is then strong App store growth in Q4 of last year along with rather notable growth in Apple\u2019s licensing segment too \u2013 which also of course goes on to include Google\u2019s search engine payments to Apple. As far as the first quarter of this year is concerned then, it is expected that a total of 55 million units of the iPhone will be sold \u2013 which happens to be slightly ahead of what build number would suggest.