That's a less-than 1% rise from its fiscal fourth quarter of 2019, when it reported a cash pile of $205.9 billion. It's down about 15% from this quarter last year, when it reported a cash pile of $245 billion.
Apple continues to host one of the largest cash piles of any U.S. company.
Apple stock is heading into 2020 with a strong rally. Shares are up more than 7% this year and more than 100% since reporting first-quarter earnings last year.
Moving forward, investors will look to Apple's sales in China, which accounted for 16.7% of its revenue in the last four quarters. Apple's wearables are likely to carry interest as well, as the Apple Watch and AirPods continue to catch attention.