Asymco: Apple Q114 estimate

Horace Dediu writes for Asymco, “As Philip Elmer-DeWitt is still interested in my estimates I provided the following:”

• Revenues ($B) 57.8
• EPS ($) 14 (908m shares)
• iPhone (units) 56.4 million
• iPod (units) 7.6 million
• Mac (units) 4.14 million
• iPad (units) 26.5 million
• iTunes/Software/Services ($) 4.2B
• Accessories ($) 2.2B
• GM% (percentage) 37.1%

Dediu explains, “I arrived at these estimates without looking at anyone else’s (except for Apple’s own published guidance).”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Note: Apple is scheduled to report Q114 (Christmas quarter) earnings after market close on Monday, January 27th. We’ll have the numbers for you are soon as they are released, right around 1:30pm Pacific/4:30pm Eastern.

Related article:
Apple to webcast Q114 earnings release conference call on January 27th – January 7, 2014


  1. Well obviously Apple’s quarter will pale next to Samsung’s terrific ehhh… ewww… oh wait…

    Shamesucks crimes are at long last catching up to them. Let’s hope the punishment continues unabated and lastingly. As far as I’m concerned the boycott on them is permanent. At some point all those Apple contracts will have meant a lot more to them as profit vanishes elsewhere but Apple will have moved on learning the great lesson not to have competitors make any of your product components.

  2. Even if Samsung is left out of the equation, Wall Street will find something else to discredit Apple about. Wall Street will continue to focus on Apple’s declining iOS market share or be disappointed about next quarter’s guidance. They’ll have to find something to keep Apple’s share price below $600. Even if Apple has had a good quarter it’s likely not going to boost the share price considerably. Apple doesn’t seem to be getting increased institutional ownership at all. I’m surprised the institutions continue holding stocks like Microsoft, Cisco and Hewlett-Packard at such high levels while ignoring Apple. Do they really think they’re going to get better growth from Cisco instead of Apple. Unlikely.

    1. Agree.

      Cisco at least has something to sell but HP??

      And the “I like our strategy, I like it a lot” ones with Windowz eightista onto future enterprise cloud innovation?? Ha!

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