Apple will host its 2013 second fiscal quarter earnings conference call on Tuesday, April 23. The call will start after the market closes at about 5PM eastern time, or 2PM pacific time, and will be the first earnings report since the company announced it has moved to what it called a more accurate system for reporting revenue and expenses.
Apple's Q2 2013 earnings report: April 23
The company's new revenue reporting style also includes what should be more realistic guidance for future quarters instead of the under promise and over deliver style Apple has been known for.
Apple is expecting to report sales between US$41 billion and $43 billion, which is down from its record breaking holiday quarter $54.5 billion and $13.1 billion in profit. Lower second quarter numbers are expected since they don't include holiday sales figures, and this quarter didn't include any major product launches, either.
Be sure to check in with The Mac Observer on April 23 for our second quarter earnings report coverage and analysis.
Apple is currently trading in the pre-market at $427.66, down 1.25 (0.29%), after closing on Monday at $428.91.