Apple announces Q1 07 financial results conference call webcast

Apple has announced the company’s conference call webcast discussing Q1 2007 financial results (holiday quarter) will begin at 2pm PT/5pm ET on Wednesday, January 17, 2007.

Apple will provide live audio streaming of its Q1 07 Financial Results Conference Call utilizing Apple’s QuickTime multimedia software.

The live audio webcast will be accessible through Apple’s web site:

As usual, MacDailyNews will provide live notes of the conference call begining at 2pm PT/5pm ET on Wednesday, January 17, 2007.

MacDailyNews Note: Last year’s Apple Q1 06 earnings info (ended 12/31/05): revenue of $5.75 billion, net quarterly profit of $565 million, 1.254 million Macs, 14.043 million iPods.


  1. So Apple sold about 10x as many iPods as Macs…. It would be interesting to know the profit from each, since the Macs sell for so much more than iPods (very roughly speaking, almost 10x as much … which would mean the profit from each would be about even? … or at least maybe in the same ballpark).

  2. shogun-@mugwump is being funny. seriously tho, where’s the software?
    How about a last minute “one more thing” endnote tomorrow afternoon–
    “One more thing, Leopard ships in a week, and so does iLife 07 and iWork 07 (w/”sheets”). Oh, and by the way, so does our new 10″macbookpronano, octo-core macpros, a new product called asteroid (whatever happened to that?), c2d mac minis, and octo-core Xeon iMacs. Oh yeah, and our new 46 and 52″ super-LCD Cinema Displays, with built in HD iSight and a free copy of “An Inconvenient Truth-The GreenPeace/Apple edition”
    that would be goin out with a bang
    MDM MW “press” as in “The press made me do it”.

  3. 2006 result will show Apple in a new light…

    2007 will consolidate that:

    January: iPhone, AppleTV

    March: Leopard++, iWork, iLife and new Mac Pro’s new compact MacBookPro

    May: Full screen iPods

    June: or earlier, iPhone on the street

    July: new iPods on the street

    September: iTablet..just joking.

    October: NanoiPhone

    etc… etc..

    Shares: $70 (AFTER 2 for 1 split)

  4. BeatBoxRob apparently didn’t read the “Asteroid” rumors very well or he’d know iTV IS the “Asteroid” project.

    As for C2D’s in the Mini’s, that would pull them a bit from the low end category, and Apple has to maintain price/feature differentiation, but . . . when the Core 2 Extreme’s start hitting the consumer level machines I’m sure the Mini will see the Core 2 Duo.

    As for the octo-core Xeon’s, we’ll probably have to wait a bit for that. I’m trying to save my developer discount for that, but my renewal is up in May, and I may not make it . . . Maybe a nice laptop instead.

  5. Oh, btw, my educated guesstimate is about $0.95 to $1.10/sh before dilution and special items. The $0.95 assumes large capital outlay in the last quarter to ramp up production of the iTV project and to set up for assembly of the iPhone. If they maintained normal capital expenditures it’ll be over a buck per share.

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