Tag: Earnings reports

T-Mobile sells 500,000 iPhones in less than a month

T-Mobile announced its earnings for the opening quarter of 2013 and confirmed it has sold 500,000 iPhone handsets since it started selling the phone on April 12. That's a half a million iPhones in a little over three weeks, which is very good for a phone that's been on sale for eight months at com...

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AT&T activated 4.7 M iPhones in Q3 2012, gains iPhone subscribers

AT&T announced its quarterly earnings on Wednesday and confirmed that it activated 4.7 million iPhones in the third quarter of 2012; 18 percent of these iPhone owners are new to the company. This figure closely matches the 4.8 million iPhones that the carrier activated in the same quarter l...

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Sprint sold 1.5 million iPhones to new customers in Q1

Sprint announced its quarterly earnings on Wednesday and the results were disappointing as expected. The carrier posted a net loss of US$863M and cash reserves are now at a razor thin $7.6 billion. In the midst of this doom and gloom, one bright spot for Sprint was the iPhone. The carrier s...

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Apple's Q2 2012 earnings call scheduled for April 24

Apple confirmed on its investor website that it will disclose its Q2 2012 financial results on Tuesday, April 24 at 2:00 pm PT (5:00 pm ET). Just like it has done in the past, Apple will provide an audio webcast of the earnings conference call. ...

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AT&T activates 4.1 million iPhones in Q4 2010

AT&T announced its quarterly earnings and confirmed that it activated 4.1 million iPhones in the final quarter of 2010. This number is down 1.1 million from the 5.2 million activated in Q3 2010. The wireless carrier posted its best-ever quarterly growth with the addition of 2.8 million net subsc...

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Bloggers and analysts predict Apple's Q1 2011 performance

Independent financial bloggers have traditionally been closer to the mark in predicting AAPL revenue and earnings than professional analysts, and one day away from the Apple earnings call, the differences are quite large -- about $2 billion dollars large. The professional analyst word on the street ...

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It's the iPod touch's time to shine

The iPod touch is like that really hot cheerleader you already wanted to talk with, but were a little too afraid to approach. It shines on its own by simply existing. It's the iPhone without the phone, a competent gaming platform, has the capacity its iPhone sibling dreams of, and it's extremely ...

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Wall Street awaits Apple's Q3 earnings

After a stellar second quarter, Wall Street is now scrambling to figure out what the effect of Steve Jobs' announcement on Friday regarding "Antennagate" will have on the company's stock, as Apple prepares to deliver the company's Q3 earnings on Tuesday. As reported by Fortune, analysts must cons...

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AT&T activates 3.2 million iPhones in 3Q

Reports of trouble for AT&T's 3G network have done nothing to keep people from the iPhone in the U.S. The nation's second largest wireless carrier announced third-quarter earnings Thursday morning that were full of iPhone goodness. AT&T (T) activated a record 3.2 million iPhones in 3Q, 40...

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Earnings call takeaway: New products in September

Apple posted record earnings yesterday, yet the stock still dropped amid concerns over Steve Jobs' health (I'll refrain from speculating because I find it tasteless and it's none of my business) and lower projected gross margins for the September quarter (Q4). Although Apple is famous for under-prom...

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Apple Q3 2008 results liveblog, 5 PM EDT

This liveblog will be relaying and discussing Apple's Q3 financial results. Apple's third fiscal quarter encompassed sales between April 1, 2008 and June 30, 2008. Apple reported a record-breaking quarter, with revenue up 38% year over year and Mac sales at an all time high! You can listen in live h...

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