The call will cover the sales of Apple’s entire product range, and will provide an interesting insight into the success of the iPhone 5c, iPad mini with Retina display and the iPad Air.
The Q1 results, announced in January, were significantly bolstered by the launches of the latest iPhone and iPad models.
Apple posted an all-time record for quarterly iPhone and iPad sales in Q1, with 51 million iPhone units sold and 26 million iPads units sold.
Apple isn’t expected to reach the heights of Q1 with the first three months of 2014 being quiet from the Cupertino-based company.
Check out Macworld Australia on Thursday morning to read our full breakdown of the event.