Reminder: Apple to release Q410 financial results, hold conference call today

Apple Online StoreApple is due to report the financial results of their fiscal fourth quarter after market close today at approximately 1:30pm PDT/4:30pm EDT.

MacDailyNews will post Apple’s Q4 2010 results as soon as they are released.

Apple’s conference call webcast discussing Q410 financial results will begin at 2pm PDT/5pm EDT today. To attend the conference call, QuickTime is required.

As usual, MacDailyNews plans to offer live notes of Apple’s conference call with analysts.

Analysts’ consensus estimates currently call for Apple to report $4.06 EPS on $18.86 billion in revenue. On July 20, 2010, Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer guided for “revenue of about $18 billion” and “diluted earnings per share of about $3.44.”

The webcast link for today’s conference call is here.

16 Comments

  1. Would you believe $20.35 billion and $4.57 EPS?

    It’ll be a an historical squeaker.

    It’s a gratifying feeling having Apple “reimburse” me via Apple stock for all the many Macs and Apple devices bought since 1992 where it all started for me and my long love of Macs with my PowerBook 170. I still miss that neat trackball, hate the touch pads on all laptops and Mac Books. LOVE the touch screen on my iPad though. Centering the touch pad on a portable is just WRONG. T’aint natural.

  2. Would you believe $20.35 billion and $4.57 EPS?

    It’ll be a an historical squeaker.

    It’s a gratifying feeling having Apple “reimburse” me via Apple stock for all the many Macs and Apple devices bought since 1992 where it all started for me and my long love of Macs with my PowerBook 170. I still miss that neat trackball, hate the touch pads on all laptops and Mac Books. LOVE the touch screen on my iPad though. Centering the touch pad on a portable is just WRONG. T’aint natural.

  3. Analysts are getting tired of Apple beating their estimates so badly and are raising them even higher because of that. Eventually, Apple won’t be able to perform a miracle each quarter and the stock will tank on one missed iPod sale, etc.
    Apple has to lowball themselves because of this…it is entirely a game, but Apple will be the only one to lose.

  4. Analysts are getting tired of Apple beating their estimates so badly and are raising them even higher because of that. Eventually, Apple won’t be able to perform a miracle each quarter and the stock will tank on one missed iPod sale, etc.
    Apple has to lowball themselves because of this…it is entirely a game, but Apple will be the only one to lose.

  5. I have a programmed order to buy at market open tomorrow- adding to my collection of Apple stock that goes back to 2001. Last bought at $239 and change. My bet ist that it will continue to grow.
    Not a pro, but have a good track record of not overpaying. The line forms here.

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