Apple today announced that it will release its Q2 2012 earnings and hold an accompanying earnings conference call on Tuesday, April 24.
During Apple’s first fiscal quarter of 2012 (which covered the October-December 2011 timeframe), Apple reported all time records in revenue, profits, iPhone sales, Mac sales, and iPad sales. Don’t expect any all-time records this time around as the holiday quarter is typically Apple’s busiest.
But still, we will get some more insight into how Apple’s new iPad is performing. Last we heard, Apple had sold 3 million units in the first 4 days the device had been on sale. But since then, the new iPad has gone on sale in a number of other countries so it’ll be interesting to see how much sales have increased.
During Apple’s Q2 of 2011, Apple reported EPS of $6.40 on revenue of $23.23 billion. Quarterly profits came in at $5.9 billion.