As many of you know, Apple is set to announce its quarterly earnings and sales numbers tomorrow.
Although just a couple weeks ago there were reports about a lack of demand for iPhone 5 parts, Apple is still expected to have a big quarter. Apple is expected to announce $52 billion in earnings for last quarter, which would be an increase of about $12 billion over the previous quarter, and a $6 billion increase over the same quarter from last year. The increase over the previous quarter is mostly due to the holiday season and the presence of the iPad mini. Apple is also expected to announce that around 50 million iPhones (or more, if Verizon’s sales numbers mean anything) were sold last quarter as well as up to 26 million iPads.
Apple’s earnings call will take place at 2 p.m. Pacific time tomorrow, and if you’re interested in listening in, you can catch Apple’s audio webcast on their website tomorrow.
What do you think? Will Apple’s quarter live up to expectations, or were reports about weak demand correct? Tell us what you think in the comments below!
Source: Cult of Mac
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