Apple announces Q2 financial call for April 23

Macworld Australia Staff
2 April, 2013
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Apple has confirmed its Q2 financial results will be announced on April 23 and will be streamed via Apple’s website.

The conference call will begin at 7am AEST on Wednesday, April 24 and discuss the company’s earnings over the last three months.

In the January to March period Apple dropped the prices of some of its MacBook Pro with Retina display and MacBook Air range and released its biggest tablet to date – the 128GB fourth-generation iPad.

The ongoing sales of the iPhone 5 (released in September) and the smaller iPad mini will also feature prominently at the event.

For the company’s first fiscal quarter of 2013, Apple posted revenue of US$54.5 billion and net profit of US$13.1 billion. Revenue rose 17.7 percent from the 2012 first quarter, while profit was flat year-over-year. Apple earned US$13.81 per share, down half-a-percentage point from the US$13.87 it earned in the year-ago quarter.

Tune in on April 24 as we provide in-depth coverage of Apple’s latest financial event. In the mean time, do you have any predictions on what the earnings call will reveal? Let us know in the comments section below.



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