Apple FY 06 Third Quarter Results Conference Call this Wednesday

Apple Computer, Inc.’s FY 06 Third Quarter Results Conference Call is scheduled for Wednesday, July 19, 2006, 2:00 p.m. PDT/5:00 p.m. EDT.

Apple will provide live audio streaming of its FY 06 Third Quarter Results Conference Call utilizing Apple’s industry-leading QuickTime multimedia software. The live audio webcast will be accessible through Apple’s web site at

Listeners simply need a copy of the free QuickTime 6 or QuickTime 7 player to hear the conference call. QuickTime 7 is available from

MacDailyNews will provide live notes throughout the duration of the conference call as usual.

Analysts surveyed by Thomson First Call are estimating that Apple will earn 44 cents a share on $4.4 billion in revenue which would be rises of 44% in Apple’s earnings and 25% in revenue compared with the year-earlier period.

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Analyst Wu expects Apple to hit or exceed upper-end of its guidance – July 17, 2006
Apple Computer stock gains 4.4% on analyst’s upbeat comments – July 17, 2006
Barron’s: Apple shares stand to gain as Mac takes PC market share – July 17, 2006
Apple up in pre-open; Piper Jaffray sees strong MacBook sales – July 17, 2006
Wall Street to focus on outlook when Apple reports earnings on July 19 – July 13, 2006
Apple to hold Q3 06 Quarterly Earnings Call on July 19 – July 05, 2006


  1. Obviously barrons and other media attempted to stop the organic slide of AAPL by bringing out positive news to not allow AAPL from falling under $50/share.

    This will evantually backfire.

    the same way when Bootcamp was introduced as the AAPL went on a freefall and bounced from $58’s ti $73s.

  2. Well based on the masses jumping ship, I need to put together some money fast as APPL will surge. Don’t forget is was only 7 months ago that everyone was SURE APPL was going over $100 and much higher. I didn’t sell in time then but at least I won’t have capital gains taxes when APPL surges now that the cattle are our of the way.

    Thanks – I hope to pay for a rev 2 MacBook Pro with some of the profit.

  3. All of the supposed actions/opinions above aren’t worth the paper they’re written on. People with very little disposable income always like to tout their investment acumen and crap on a stock that’s down at the time. How many of you “market moguls” (above) dumped Microsoft and Dell BEFORE their huge downturns?

    Sears-Guy, SHLD had a really bad period with a 30% slide last winter, and has bounced back a bit now. Were you crapping on them and dumping their stock in November?

    JC Penney-Guy, were you dumping JCP last October when they shed 35% of their high value for the year?

    It’s very easy to react to the here-and-now, folks, and condemn a company when it has fallen off its yearly high. Let’s see how well you do over the long-haul when you have to put your money where your mouth is.

    Few investors ever got rich buying high and selling higher. One must buy LOW and sell HIGH to accomplish that goal . . . and that takes COJONES, not worthless postings here on MDN.

  4. I still got my Apple stock. Apple’s still got lots of good stuff to announce. It’s hardware products and OS are just so hot it could conceivably start to eat up Dell/Microsoft’s and other PC players market share. Anyway I don’t care too much, I brought my stock at $6.5 ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”grin” style=”border:0;” />

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