Apple CFO Luca Maestri today said that Apple’s Wearables, Home, and Accessories category, which includes devices like the AirPods and the Apple Watch, set a new March quarter revenue record of $5.1 billion.

According to Maestri, AirPods demands continues to be "off the charts," while earlier in the call, Apple CEO Tim Cook said AirPods are a "cultural phenomenon."

As for Apple Watch, it continues to be the best selling smart watch in the world, with three quarters of Apple Watch sales during the quarter going to first time Apple Watch owners.

The Apple Watch saw its best quarterly results for a non-holiday quarter, and Apple’s wearables business was up close to 50 percent in Q2 2019 and is now the size of a Fortune 200 company.

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