Apple has announced that it will present its next quarterly report on Thursday 30 July - that's the third quarter of 2020. Given that the iPhone accounts for more than half of the company's sales, analysts are expected to focus mostly on mobile sales, but as usual we will hear reporting on all segments.
Unfortunately, we no longer get to know how many units have been sold in each segment, as Apple has chosen to focus on revenue only.
After the quarterly report, Apple executives will, as usual, answer questions from analysts and investors and we will learn more about how the company's sales have been affected by the ongoing pandemic.
In its Q2 report, announced at the end of April, Apple announced better-than-expected results.
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This article originally appeared on Macworld Sweden. Translation by David Price.