q3 2013

T-Mobile announces Q3 2013 results, 540,000 iPhones sold, could have sold more!

Today is Q3 2013 earnings day for T-Mobile, and generally speaking things are looking good. Subscriber numbers are up again thanks in no small part to the Uncarrier program, and iPhone is doing pretty well in magenta. Headline numbers are 3.6 million smartphones sold with iPhone making up 15% of that. A bit of rough math puts that at around 540,000 iPhones sold on T-Mobile for the quarter, wherein we saw a new product launch towards the latter stages.

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iPhone sales up 50% in the UK, because it's never been more affordable to buy one

During yesterdays Q3 2013 earnings conference call, Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed that the sales of iPhone were up 50% on the same quarter in 2012 for the UK. Whichever way you look at it that's an impressive number. Granted, a year ago folks may have been holding off for the then traditional summer new release, but I don't think that's all there is to it. With three models of iPhone to choose from here, all of which are available with carrier subsidies, it's never been more affordable to get onto an iPhone.

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It's a lull in the product cycle and we know it, but Apple's doing fine

The results of fiscal Q3 are in, and Apple stock is actually up almost 4% in after hours trading. All this really tells us, of course, is that Wall Street is reasonably happy with the news. The Street expected an overall worse combination of Q3 results and Q4 guidance. So what does it all mean?

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iMore show 356: Analyzing Apple's Q3 2013 results

Chris Umiastowski, Mobile Nations' own financial guru, joins Rene to crunch Apple's Q3 2013 numbers, examine why iPhone was up, everything else was down, and explore the future of iOS in the Car.

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Tim Cook on Russia: 80% of iPhones sold from Retail, record sales figures for the quarter

Russia has been in the headlines recently, more specifically their carriers dropping the iPhone. On today's Q3 2013 earnings conference call, Apple CEO Tim Cook had a little to say about the story, with a little less of a doom and gloom angle on things. In short, Apple is doing just fine with iPhone sales there, reporting record figures for the quarter just gone.

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Apple Retail Stores see strong sales growth in Q3 2013, most successful MacBook Air launch yet

Part of the Apple Q3 2013 earnings call was dedicated to the Retail Stores, and on the whole it turned out pretty well for the quarter. Retail Stores saw strong growth in sales throughout, and saw their most successful MacBook Air launch to date thanks to the new Haswell machines unveiled at WWDC. The key figures:

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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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Apple announces Q3 2013 earnings: 31.2 million iPhones, 14.6 million iPads, 3.8 million Macs

Apple has just announced their Q3 2013 financial results and the highlights include 31.2 million iPhone, 14.6 million iPads, 3.8 million Macs. That's on revenue of $35.3 billion and with a net profit of $6.9 billion. In the release, Apple's CEO, Tim Cook said:

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Reminder: Apple Q3 2013 earnings call today, 5PM ET

Today is earnings day, as later on Apple will be releasing full details of their fiscal Q3 2013 financial results. As ever, accompanying the results will be a conference call where we expect to hear from CEO Tim Cook and CFO Peter Oppenheimer. The call will be broadcast live on the web for iOS, Windows and Mac users to listen in to, but iMore will of course be providing full coverage throughout.

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Apple Q3 2013 earnings call to take place July 23, 5PM ET

Apple's next earnings call will be held on Tuesday July 23, at 5PM ET/2PM PT following the Q3 2013 earnings release that day. Typically on these types of calls, we'll be treated to a series of prepared statements by CEO Tim Cook and CFO Peter Oppenheimer, and it's always good to hear Tim Cook speak.

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