Apple on Tuesday disclosed its [fiscal] Q2 2019 earnings report, offering a look at its performance over the past 3 months. During the quarter, the company says it raked in $58 billion. That’s a hair over the $57.5 billion Wall Street analysts expected, and about 5% less than the $61.1 billion it reported in Q2 last year.
Apple on Wednesday issued a revision for its fiscal Q1 2019 earnings, lowering its revenue expectations from $89 billion to $93 billion down to ‘approximately $84 billion.” Tim Cook made the announcement in an open letter to investors, and trading halted on the news.
Apple earlier today announced the financial results for its fiscal second quarter of 2018, and the numbers for the 3-month period are outstanding. The company beat Wall Street expectations across the board, and grew in almost every category year-over-year.
Apple this afternoon disclosed its [fiscal] Q2 2018 earnings report, offering a look at its performance over the last 3 months. The company beat Wall Street expectations in just about every category, selling 52.2 million iPhones and earning $61.1 billion in revenue. Here’s a full breakdown of the numbers.
Apple’s annual software upgrades this fall will offer users plenty of new capabilities, including a revamped Stocks app for iPhone even though the company will push back some features that aren’t as polished to the following year.
Apple on Tuesday held its annual shareholder meeting at its Cupertino headquarters. The gathering is standard affair—company executives and board members meet with stockholders to discuss a wide range of topics, including performance and proposals.
The most interesting part of today’s meeting, however, was Tim Cook’s informal Q&A session. The casual section allows attending shareholders to offer up their questions and comments to the CEO and other members of the company’s senior leadership team.
We didn’t want to let this milestone pass by without acknowledging it: shares of Apple have hit the $119.95 mark in intraday trading, the highest stock price for the Cupertino firm since late 2015 and good for a cool $639.7 billion market cap. $AAPL hit a 52-week low of $89.47 in May 2016.