Apple looks like a company that’s dealing with every challenge that the coronavirus can throw at it, even emerging from its most recent quarter with a slight bump in revenue. But it also sounds like more challenges are ahead.

Certainly, Apple’s March quarter could have been much worse, as shutdowns due to the COVID-19 outbreak began hitting Apple’s business in China in early February and spread to the rest of the world throughout March. But Apple finished the three months that ended on March 28 with $58.3 billion in quarterly sales, an increase of 1% over the March 2019 quarter.