Apple CEO Tim Cook said this was the company’s biggest quarter ever and set a new record in both revenue and earnings

Apple reported $56 billion in iPhone revenue for its fiscal first quarter on Tuesday. The results mark Apple’s first full quarter to factor in sales of the iPhone 11 since it launched last fall.

The quarter is also the first full sales period for the seventh-generation 10.2-inch iPad and the Apple Watch Series 5, which launched in September. The AirPods Pro, 16-inch MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, and the Pro Display XDR were also launched during the quarter, but their smaller period of availability affects the impact they made on the results themselves.

Services revenue, a reliable growth sector for the company, saw revenue grow 17% to $12.7 billion, up year-on-year from $10.9 billion. The Wearables, Home, and Accessories category earned $10 billion, a nearly $3 billion rise from Q1 2019, iPad shrank 11% to $6 billion, and Mac contracted to 3% to $7.2 billion.