'Very strong growth' in MacBook Air sales helps push Apple to an 85-percent jump in annual profits, though iPhone sales in the fourth quarter disappointed analysts
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Apple delivered a strong fiscal third quarter as it exceeded Wall Street estimates on earnings, revenue as well as Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod units.
After Steve Jobs' iPhone show on Friday, Apple analysts can now look forward to Tuesday's Q3 earnings conference call. The new topics, now that the iPhone recall is off the table, are the potential sales of iPods, iPhones and Macs.
Apple reports strong Mac sales but slipping iPod sales for the holiday quarter.
Apple once again defies the global economic slowdown and posts its best ever non-holiday revenue and earnings.
Wall Street analysts likely will have plenty of questions when Apple executives host a conference call to report first quarter earnings later today.Have the company been contacted by the Securities and Exchange Commission about its disclosures related to Steve Jobs' health?
Sure, Apple is expected to report healthy earnings on strong Mac and iPod sales, but the buzz is still about the iPhone.
Apple's fourth-quarter earnings report is expected to show a slight decline in the growth of the iPod phenomenon, but higher Mac sales.
Analysts expected a little more revenue, but results are in line with Mac maker's predictions and earnings are higher than expected.
Spurred by another quarter of strong Mac and iPod sales, Apple Computer's earnings surge past Wall Street estimates.
Strong sales of the digital music player push second-quarter sales and earnings beyond analyst expectations.
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