Apple to release Q116 earnings, webcast live conference call on January 26th

Apple’s conference call to discuss fourth fiscal quarter results is scheduled for Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. PT / 5:00 p.m. ET.

As usual, we expect earnings results after market close, right around 1:30pm PDT / 4:30pm EDT.

We’ll bring you the results as soon as they are available and follow that up with live notes from Apple’s conference call. Check our home page around 4:30pm EDT for the results and around 4:45pm EDT for the link to our live coverage.

You can listen to Apple’s conference call live via this link on January 26th here.

MacDailyNews Note: On October 27, 2015, Apple provided the following guidance for their fiscal 2016 first quarter:

• revenue between $75.5 billion and $77.5 billion
• gross margin between 39 percent and 40 percent
• operating expenses between $6.3 billion and $6.4 billion
• other income/(expense) of $400 million
• tax rate of 26.2 percent

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7 Comments

  1. You can bet that Apple are buying its own shares by the ton with the recent stock price drop. Could be the reason why it went up on Monday after initially dipping down.
    Results will be huge this year and I really hope it will act as a catalyst to boost the stock price. PE is just over 11.

    1. True so I wonder what downgrade tactic they’ll use next that defies all logic that’s as “clear as the nose on your face.” Hilarious to keep downgrading year after year even though the facts consistently never bear out the bear.

  2. Best fiscal quarter results ever. The first company in the history of the modern world to achieve such result.

    That’s a really good reason to bring the stock down.

  3. The Caribbean states of Haiti, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Cuba could individually or collectively offer Apple an opportunity to reinvest their current “offshore investments” in a new home.

    Negotiations with these new governments could bring about much beneficial restructuring. Apple could ask Ireland, China, Japan, South America, Central America, Europe, or USA—”What have you done for Apple lately?”

    This infusion of capital into the Caribbean offers:
    * access to “local” trainable workforce;
    * “Local” real estate in the Caribbean;
    * Opportunity to build a modern infrastructure, with minimal regard for legacy hindrances;
    * Opportunity to pull a fiber optic cable to mainland U.S. as well as between the island states; and
    * Opportunity to build modern robotic manufacturing & assembly factories.

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