It may not be the $37.4 billion windfall analysts were expecting, but Apple surpassed its own $34 billion estimates for its fiscal third quarter, with international sales making up 62 percent of the company's fortunes.
The number crunchers in Cupertino are notorious for conservative estimates when it comes to forecasting revenue for the next quarter, but Apple has managed to exceed Wall Street’s expectations yet again with $39.2 billion in revenue for their fiscal second quarter.
Wow! What a weekend for the new iPad, which Apple announced today moved three million units in 10 countries around the world. But new iPad owners aren’t the only ones happy today -- investors liked the sound of Cupertino’s new dividend and share repurchase plan announced early this morning, which is pushing the company ever higher. How high can they go? Is it possible for what goes up to actually stay up? These are questions we may never have the answers to -- but have a look at the news for Monday, March 19 and you be the judge.
Looks like it’s that time again -- Apple has announced that their 2011 first quarter financial results will be revealed in a conference call on Tuesday, January 18 at 2pm PST (5pm EST). Spoiler alert: Another boffo quarter is anticipated.
It’s almost hard to remember a time when Apple wasn’t making money hand over fist, especially with multiple quarters in a row boasted as their biggest yet. Cupertino didn’t disappoint Wall Street once again, racking up fiscal fourth quarter revenue of $20.34 billion and a net quarterly profit of $4.31 billion.
Fuze Meeting is a new application for the iPad, created by Fuze Box, that lets you create and host meetings right from your device. While other conference/meeting tools like WebEx and Go to Meeting have existed on the iPad for a while now, many have lacked the ability to host a meeting on the device.