Apple to webcast Q2 08 financial results conference call on April 23

Apple’s conference call audio webcast discussing Q2 – 2008 financial results will begin at 2pm PDT/5pm EDT on Wednesday, April 23, 2008.

Please note that comments made during this call may include forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties, and that actual results may differ materially from these forward-looking statements. For more information on the factors that could influence results, please refer to Apple’s SEC filings.

To attend the conference call, QuickTime is required.

The audio webcast begins Wednesday, April 23, 2008 at 2pm PDT/5pm EDT here.

MacDailyNews Note: Analysts’ consensus estimate for Apple’s Q2 08 are $1.06 EPS on $6.95B revenue. At the end of last quarter, Apple provided guidance for Q2 08: $0.94 EPS on revenue of “about $6.8 billion.”


  1. I have a prediction. Not about stupid Apple’s quarterly financials. Everyone knows they’ll be dismal as best. I predict that a day before the conference call Apple will release this statement:

    Due to lack of interest (in both product and company performance) Apple has cancelled the financial results conference call. Microsoft’s rightful dominance in technology via Redmond’s three pronged attack—Vista, Zune & Xbox has negated Apple and rendered the hippy Cupertino tech wannabe powerless. If only we had games. Apple sincerely apologizes for any confusion.

    You read it hear first.

    Your potential. Our passion.™

  2. Zune Tang:

    You are indeed a complete and total fool. You should just keep riding that Microjoke bandwagon and it will take you right over the cliff with all the rest of the sheeple out there. Have a nice ride!

  3. If the results are as good as market-research suggests, then I think AAPL will go up this time.

    The reason being that investors will then see that Apple’s products, particularly the Macs, are relatively ‘recession-proof’ and on top of that the shares have already lost a lot of value since January – i.e. they’re going at a bargain price.

  4. I’m concerned about the economy in general and tech stocks in specific. I honestly don’t have a good feeling about Apple’s earnings no matter how many computers, iPods or iPhones the analysts claim they’re selling. WS has it in for Apple and the investors are gutless pukes. They’ll jump ship at the smallest amount of unfavorable news, even if it’s a slight miss. Apple’s current stock price has very little to do with the company’s real value. It’s undervalued now and news of consumer spending cuts will only drop it further. I only hope the iPhone has blowout numbers at the end of the year and maybe, just maybe Apple will get back up to $200 a share. But right now, I have my doubts about this quarter’s earnings. RIM’s timing was good for this quarter, but Apple’s timing will probably be bad.

    I’m long on Apple and certainly hoping for good news.

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