Reminder: Apple to report Q4 07 earnings results later today

A reminder that today marks the beginning of a big week for Apple, Inc. Before the company unleashes Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard this Friday, October 26th, at 6pm local time, the Cupertino Mac-, iPod-, and iPhone-maker will first report earnings for fiscal Q4 07 after market close today. Apple will webcast the company’s FY 07 Fourth Quarter Results Conference Call on Monday, October 22, 2007, 2pm PDT/5pm EDT.

The conference call will be available as a continuous rebroadcast beginning Monday, October 22 at 5pm PDT/8pm EDT through Monday, October 29 at 5pm PDT/8pm EDT.

Apple will provide live audio streaming of its FY 07 Fourth Quarter Results Conference Call utilizing Apple’s industry-leading QuickTime multimedia software. The live audio webcast will be accessible through Apple’s web site here.

Viewers simply need a copy of QuickTime 6 or QuickTime 7 to listen to the conference call. QuickTime 7 is available here.

MacDailyNews Note: Analysts surveyed by Thomson Financial are looking for Apple will earn $0.86 per share on $6.07 billion in revenue for the quarter, compared to a profit of $0.62 per share on $4.84 billion in revenue in the year ago quarter.


  1. Even if AAPL announces a stellar quarter and gaps up tomorrow, how long can it hold that gain in these market conditions? Even in normal conditions, it is likely it would come down for a while after earnings. Time will tell.

  2. AAPL is going to be peaking over the next 5-10 years. They own digital music, are threatening to make major gains in the cell phone market, will be legitimately threatening Dell, HP, and Microsoft in computer sales, and AppleTV is going to end up imposing a paradigm shift as to how we view television content. The Apple lifestyle, as I’m living it right now, is incredible, and it’s just really gotten started.

    Does that answer your question Mark?

  3. @mark

    Yes, it will probably come down after earnings, as it usually does.

    However, for the long term, there is huge growth potential for Apple when you consider how low their penetration is outside of a handful of countries (US, UK, Australia, Japan). And even in those markets you still have market share in PCs below 10%. There is still a lot of room.

  4. Look forward to Apple having:

    30% of pc market

    40% of mobile phone market

    70% of handheld market

    75% of MP3 player market

    50% of PC to TV market.

    $800 by 2012 anyone?

    ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”wink” style=”border:0;” /> Ballmer may love Microsoft but millions love Apple…

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