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Apple Q3 2013 conference call highlights

Apple has just announced their Q3 2013 financial results and now they're doing the conference call. There'll be a lot of boiler plate, repeated, and some interesting questions from analysts, typically answered with more boiler plate. But, there could be some sparks as well. We'll update with highlights as the come up!

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Highlights from Apple Q2 2012 financial results conference call

Apple is holding their Q2 2012 financial results call, and we're here to break down anything interesting they might say. Apple made a ridiculous amount of money again, with 35.1 million iPhones, 11.8 million iPads, 7.7 million iPods, $11.6 billion in profit.

Live updates, after the break!

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Apple announces early morning con-call tomorrow, March 19, to discuss cash balance

Apple has just announced that they will be holding an early morning conference call tomorrow, Monday March 19, at 6am PDT, 9am EDT to discuss Apple's cash balance.

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Notes of interest from Apple Q1 2012 conference call

Below are notes of interest from Apple's just-completed 2012 conference call. Some interesting comments -- or non-comments -- from Tim Cook on Apple Television, bigger 4

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an 24 2012, 4:59 PM: reneritchie: Apple Q1 2012 results: $46.33 billion in revenue, 37.04 million iPhones, 15.43 million iPads, 15.4 million iPods

  • Jan 24 2012, 5:00 PM: reneritchie: Chris - they could give the US a loan...

  • Jan 24 2012, 5:02 PM: reneritchie: Call starting now.

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Apple Q4 2011 by the numbers

Apple held their Q4 2011 conference call today and announced many numbers pertaining to revenue, profit, sales, and more.

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TiPb Answers: Verizon iPhone and the limitations of CDMA

While many have been waiting a long time for the Verizon iPhone, the same CDMA network that gives Verizon its terrific coverage and reliability brings with it a host of other problems, including the famous lack of simultaneous voice and data and limited international roaming, but also some lesser known issues such as split SMS messages and greatly reduced conference calling options.

None of these are new to the Verizon iPhone but they are new to iPhone now that it's on Verizon, and new to users who haven't experienced CDMA before. We'll take a look at them after the break.

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Apple Q4 financial results conference call [Live updates!]

Apple is set to announce its Q4 financial results today at 5pm ET, 2pm PT. The conference call usually provides a wealth of information about iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad sales, so we'll be listening intently, posting highlights, and giving you our very best color and commentary to go along with it.

If you want to listen along with us, the call will be broadcast on

Commentary starts after the break!

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Apple Q3 2010 financial results conference call

Follow along with TiPb as we listen to and comment on Apple's Q3 2010 financial results conference call. We're not live-blogging this, just posting highlights so you'll need to refresh from time to time to see new notes.

If you want to listen while you read, head on over to for the audio stream.

Now on with the highlights:

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Apple Q1 Conference Call Coming January 21

About the only time Apple updates iPhone sales numbers is during their quarterly conference calls. Last time Steve Jobs himself showed up to crow about the iPhone hitting 10 million ahead of schedule and outselling the BlackBerry. This time? We don't count on it, but with Steve Jobs, we can never count anything out either.

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Apple 2008 Q4 Conference Call Tomorrow

Just a reminder that Apple will hold their 2008 Q4 Conference Call tomorrow at 2pm PDT/ 5pm EDT, which should include the first full quarter of iPhone sales, and thus those iPhone sales numbers every analyst and their magic 8-ball have been slathering for.

As always, TiPb will be here with coverage of all the highlights (and lowlights, if needed), but we have to remind everyone that, unlike a SteveNote presentation, conference calls are less with the "BOOM!" and more with the drone-like repetition of corporate governance (@$$ coverage), ad naseum infinitum. Tim Cook will likely handle hosting duties, as he did last time.

See you then!

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