This change of dates in the holding of the company's financial results conference in the second fiscal quarter, was published via Apple's Investor Website which was not accompanied by any kind of official announcement. So why this sudden change on a date already announced.
The answer to this question can be found in the death of Bill Campbell, a very important advisor in the time of Steve Jobs to whom some even They came to describe him as a mentor. Out of respect for the family and the memorials that are planned in his name, Apple has preferred to move the date of the announcement of these reports.
Aside from this date change, Apple is expected to announce current quarter revenue, as usual, by the CEO of the company, Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri, who as I said will probably be the ones who will pass on the evolution of the company to investors through a period of three months ending in March.
This call seems like one of the most important in recent times, as investors await news of what is anticipated will be the first drop in iPhone sales since it was launched in 2007. During the last quarterly call from Apple in January, Cook said it is normal for there is a sequential descent sales after the Christmas campaign where the iPhone (the company's flagship product) faces stiff competition compared to the first fiscal quarter of 2015 where the iPhone 6 had unusually high sales.
In January, Apple already informed investors and the general public that they had reached a new record with 75,9 million dollars in revenue helped in large part by the 74,8 million iPhone sales.
The conference will take place as usual by telephone and the audio will be available in streaming through the Apple website and will begin on Tuesday, April 26 at 23:00 p.m. (Spanish time).