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The Europas — It’s time for different type of tech conference

awards3 (1) Let’s face it. Some tech conferences have lost their way. While TechCrunch Disrupt remains a firmly curated, media-driven, event, with hundreds of journalists attending, a couple of other conferences have really gone for scale. A minimum of 15,000 people, thousands of companies, echoing halls — and a lot of investors (and journalists) turning their badges around so they don’t… Read More

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Mike Butcher

May 20th

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Apple Tumbles 6.5% After Growth Flattens

shutterstock_152974484-apple-aapl Normally, a 6 percent drop in a stock price is somewhat significant but probably wouldn’t be considered a huge deal. But it’s a different story for Apple, where a 6 percent drop erases tens of billions of dollars in value. That’s exactly what happened during trading today following the company’s earnings report last night, which signaled the company’s first… Read More

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Matthew Lynley

January 27th

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Apple TV And Apple Watch (Probably) Had A Big Quarter

apple watch activity Apple posted its quarterly earnings after the bell on Tuesday, showcasing record profits of $18.4 billion. While the release made it easy to determine that 74.8 million iPhones were sold, in line with analyst estimates, Apple’s “other” category makes it difficult to assess how many Apple Watches and TVs were purchased. Read More

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Katie Roof

January 26th

Gadgets

Apple Reports 1 Billion “Active” Devices

Screen Shot 2016-01-26 at 4.43.55 PM In Apple’s Q1 ’16 “Earnings Supplemental Material” – documentation added to today’s earnings primarily to highlight how foreign exchange rates are impacting revenue – there was another notable figure revealed: Apple says now its “active” install base has reached 1 billion devices. (Actually, it has surpassed it, says CEO Tim Cook.) That… Read More

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Sarah Perez

January 26th

Apple

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Tim Cook earns $10.3M in 2015 as other executives bring home $25M each

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Apple today made a new filing with the SEC in which it revealed the earnings of its top executives during 2015. In the filing it was revealed that CEO Tim Cook earned roughly $10.2 million during the 2015 year, which is a slight increase from the $9.2 million he earned in 2014. Cook’s salary was $1.7 million in 2015. Cook also has nearly 3.1 million Apple shares that have yet to vest, which at the end of 2015, were worth roughly $350 million.

As for the other executives, they all earned around $25 million during 2015, including $20 million in new stock awards. CFO Luca Maestri earned $25.3 million, up from $14 million in 2014, while retail chief Angela Ahrendts earned $25.7 million, down from $73.4 million in 2014. Eddy Cue, SVP of hardware engineering Dan Riccio, and SVP general counsel and secretary Bruce Sewell all brought in $25.1 million each. These numbers do not include restricted stock units that vested in 2015. All executives, aside from Cook, received a $1 million salary in 2014.

Apple, as usual, did not disclose the compensation for chief design officer Jony Ive.

Apple is set to share its Q1 2016 earnings on January 26th, which should offer more insight into the company’s performance throughout 2015. Today’s filing revealed the company generated $233.7 billion in sales during 2015, a 28 percent increase over 2014.

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Chance Miller

January 6th

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Apple schedules Q1 2016 earnings call livestream for January 26

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Apple has announced this evening that its fiscal first quarter earnings call will take place on Tuesday, January 26th at the usual time 2PM PT/5PM ET, with the earnings release dropping roughly thirty minutes before that. The call will report earnings for the three-month period ending this month.

Given that these results will cover the holiday shopping season, we should expect strong numbers from Apple. This is also the first full quarter during which the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus have been available, as well as the iPad Pro.

Last quarter, Apple reported profits of $11.1 billion off of $51.5 billion in revenues. The company sold roughly 48 million iPhones, 9.9 million iPads, and 5.7 million Macs, as well. For its first fiscal quarter of 2016, Apple is expecting revenues between $75.5 billion and $77.5 billion.

The live broadcast of the call will be available here on Apple’s website and of course we will have live coverage, as well. The call will feature questions from the press and investors for Apple executives.

 


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Chance Miller

January 4th

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Fitbit Crushes Expectations In Q3, But A Follow-On Equity Offering Drags Its Shares Down

2067062407_c0ebf2204e_o Following the bell, Fitbit announced its third quarter financial performance, including revenue of $409.3 million, and earnings per share using normal accounting methods of $0.19. The company’s adjusted profit totaled $0.24 per share. The results are notably strong. Investors had expected the company to report a far-slimmer $0.10 adjusted per-share profit off of revenue of just $350.97. Read More

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Alex Wilhelm,Drew Olanoff

November 2nd

Gadgets

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AAPL down ahead of Apple’s Q4 2015 earnings call tomorrow

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AAPL is down significantly today ahead of Apple’s fiscal Q4 earnings call scheduled to take place tomorrow, despite the usual predictions of growth across the board by the market and the majority of analysts.

Apple shares were down around 2.70% to approximately $115 at time of writing, which Reuters noted this morning made it “the biggest drag on the three major indexes.”

As for what the market is expecting at Apple’s earnings call tomorrow, the average from analyst estimates predicted around 48.72 million iPhone units sold, which would represent growth from the 39.72 million units it sold in the same quarter last year. Of note, however, is the fact that China wasn’t included in the initial launch and thus not included in sales for Q4 earnings last year.

iPad sales would be the one area that investors should expect less than stellar results if past quarters are any indication, but we could see Tim Cook talk up the new iPad Pro expected to launch in the coming weeks as major opportunity for growth going forward.

And while Apple is unlikely to break out any sort of solid sales numbers for Apple Watch, the analyst estimates are all over the place ranging from as low as 2.5 million units to 6 million units during the quarter with an average of almost 4 million.

During its Q3 2015 earnings, Apple offered guidance for the upcoming fourth quarter results of revenue between $49 billion and $51 billion, and a gross margin between 38.5 percent and 39.5 percent. Wall Street is estimating an average of around $51 billion, on the high end of Apple’s guidance for the quarter. 

While Apple reported record iPhone sales with the launch of its iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, Wall Street didn’t respond positively and AAPL stock didn’t rise, which at the time was thought to be due to expectations related to the addition of China as a launch market.

As always, we’ll have full coverage of Apple’s Q4 2015 earnings call tomorrow.


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Jordan Kahn

October 26th

Apple

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Happy Hour Podcast 024 | New iPods, September hardware expectations, and Apple’s latest earnings call

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Apple has refreshed its entire iPod lineup and we’re discussing all of the details along with what to expect later this year. New hardware is expected, but aside from an iPhone what will Apple launch? Along with that, developers now have access to a new iOS 9 beta plus watchOS 2 beta and we discuss Apple’s latest earnings call. The Happy Hour podcast is available for download on iTunes and through our dedicated RSS feed.

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Dom Esposito

July 22nd

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iOS device sales outpace Windows PC sales for first time

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Apple earlier today reported its Q3 2015 earnings, and while the company’s stock has taken an after-hours dive, the numbers were generally strong. Apple reported that it had sold 47 million iPhone units and 10.9 million iPad units in the quarter, combining for a total of 57.9 million iOS devices, not including the iPod touch. As noted by Benedict Evans of a16z, Apple’s sales last quarter mean that iOS sales are now matching those of Windows PCs.

As you can see in the chart above, sales of Apple’s iOS devices have grown rapidly since June of 2008, with year-over-year growth occurring every year. For Windows PCs, however, sales peaked around June 2011 and have been slowly declining every year since then. For the trailing 12 months into June 2015, sales of both iOS devices and Windows PCs were slightly under 300 million units each.

Evans also notes, however, that Android unit sales passed Windows PCs back in March of 2012. The PC install base is around 1.5 billion devices and Android has already passed that and should iOS continue growing at the rate it is, it could also pass that 1.5 billion unit number.

Apple reported revenue of $49 billion for Q3 2015 and $10.7 billion in profit. While sales of iPhones missed analyst expectations, the company still saw strong year-over-year growth. More numbers can be found here and in our live blog of the company’s earnings call.


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Chance Miller

July 22nd

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