“Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook is facing some extra pressure on Tuesday,” Tim Higgins reports for Bloomberg. “”
“That’s the day Apple posts earnings for its quarter that ended in December, which is typically the most lucrative period for the company because of the holiday shopping season,” Higgins reports. “This year, the scrutiny is even higher given that the earnings will provide the first official indicator of how a slew of new products — from larger-screened iPhones to slimmer iPads — have performed.”
Here are five things to watch for in Apple’s results:
1) iPhone 6 versus iPhone 6 Plus
2) Apple versus Russia
3) Mac versus iPad
4) Apple Pay versus CVS
5) Apple versus expectations for Apple
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MacDailyNews Note: Apple will report earnings on Tuesday. We will post the results as soon as they are available, right around 1:30pm PST/4:30pm EST.
As usual, we will cover the conference call with live notes. Check our home page at approximately 1:45pm PST/4:45pm EST for the coverage link.
Apple had better deliver big fireworks – or else – January 27, 2015
Apple to webcast fiscal year Q115 results conference call on January 27th – January 23, 2015