Apple has finished up its first fiscal quarter of 2013 and fourth calendar quarter and will report the earnings on Wednesday, January 23rd. The Cupertino company updated its Investor Relations Page to note the date on which it will report the quarterly earnings. During the earnings call, Apple typically addresses sales of the iPad and iPhone.
For this quarter, Apple will look at sales of the iPad mini and iPhone 5 around the world, and CEO Tim Cook will likely talk about the prospective future of the company. Stock trading typically suspends around 4:30PM ET in the United States, and Apple’s Earnings Calls follows closely after, around 5:00PM ET/2:00PM Pacific.
Apple has an expected revenue of $52 billion and earnings per diluted share of $11.75 for the first fiscal quarter. If the expected revenue goes as planned, this would mark one of the most successful quarters in Apple history. Apple has had other successful quarters, surpassing itself with each calendar quarter, and increasing its yearly revenue.