Apple Is Going to Reveal Its Q2 2017 Earnings Next Month
Apple silenced critics about its stagnant iPhone growth when it announced its Q1 2017 financial results. With the iPhone 8 expected to be announced in September, those critics are up with their analysis once more, contemplating if the tech giant will be able to continue its winning run. According to the company’s webpage, Apple is going to be announcing its Q2 2017 results next month, and those results are going to be available very soon actually.
Q2 2017 Results From Apple Are Going to Be Made Public Starting May 2
If you visit Apple’s financial webpage right now, you will be able to see the important bits regarding the date and timing details as follows:
“Apple’s conference call to discuss second fiscal quarter results is scheduled for Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. PT / 5:00 p.m. ET.”
The announcement of the (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus coupled with the new 9.7-inch iPad might introduce fire to the sales, but incase you have not noticed, there is not much difference separating the iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 from a design standpoint. This might give consumers a little encouragement not to purchase any model until the newer ones are announced during the month of September.
According to previous reports, Apple is expected to announce the following smartphones during the month of September.
- iPhone 7s
- iPhone 7s Plus
- iPhone 8 (this model is expected to feature a radically changed design coupled with improved hardware specifications)
Furthermore, if you wanted to see how Apple performed during the first quarter of this year, all those details have been listed for you below:
Q1 2017 Financial Results
- $78.4 billion in revenue
- $17.89 billion in profit
- EPS of $3.36
- 78.3 million iPhones sold
- 13 million iPads sold
- 5.3 million Macs sold
Those are some very impressive numbers, and considering that Apple broke several records when announcing its Q1 2017 results, let us see what news May 2 is going to bring.
What sort of performance are you expecting from Apple for its Q2 2017 financial results? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments.