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Apple stock slides as overall sales fall for fourth quarter in a row 

Apple reported quarterly results that slightly exceeded Wall Street’s expectations on Thursday evening. The company's guidance for the December quarter, however, failed to meet Wall Street's expectations, leading to a decline in the company’s shares. 

Apple stock was down 1.2% following the release of the results, and declined further as the company discussed its guidance for the December quarter during the earnings call. By the end of the call, shares were down 3.6%. AAPL shares continued their decline in premarket trading on Friday, trading 2% lower at $174.30. 

Apple anticipates that overall revenue for the December quarter will remain roughly the same as in Q4 2022, whereas consensus estimates had projected a 5% revenue increase from the previous year. 

Apple reported fiscal fourth-quarter revenue of $89.5 billion for the period ending on September 30, marking a 1% decrease from the previous year. This figure slightly exceeded Wall Street's consensus forecast of $89.3 billion, and marked the fourth consecutive quarter in which Apple has reported a decline in year-over-year revenues

 

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Apple earnings call: Q4 results beat expectations, earnings estimate disappoints 

CNBC provided the following summary of Apple’s earnings call, contrasting the firm’s results with LSEG consensus expectations: 

  • Earnings per share (EPS): $1.46 per share vs. $1.39 per share expected 
  • Revenue: $89.5 billion vs. $89.28 billion expected  
  • iPhone revenue: $43.81 billion vs. $43.81 billion expected  
  • Mac revenue: $7.61 billion vs. $8.63 billion expected  
  • iPad revenue: $6.44 billion vs. $6.07 billion expected  
  • Wearables revenue: $9.32 billion vs. $9.43 billion expected  
  • Services revenue: $22.31 billion vs $21.35 billion expected  
  • Gross margin: 45.2% vs. 44.5% expected  

Apple did not provide formal guidance for the upcoming December quarter. However, the company's Chief Financial Officer, Luca Maestri, mentioned that the company anticipates the revenue for the December quarter to be "similar to" the figure from the previous year. 

Wall Street consensus estimates had called for Q4 2023 revenue of $123.1 billion, but Apple’s guidance implied a reading in line with last year’s level of $117.2 billion. 

This year's December quarter will notably have one less week compared to 2022. 

 

Apple share price: China competition, iPhone 15 demand worries weight on AAPL stock 

As the quarter began, investors were searching for reasons to feel optimistic about Apple's performance in the last three months of the year. However, concerns have also emerged. In China, Apple faces intensified competition for the iPhone, especially from the Huawei Mate 60 Pro smartphone. There are also worries about a tightening of consumer spending in the United States, in addition to persistent reports of lackluster demand and ongoing component shortages for the iPhone 15. 

Despite a 30% rise in Apple shares this year, the stock has dropped 13% since the June quarter results were reported. This decline largely stems from concerns about the company's growth trajectory and mixed reports regarding demand for the iPhone 15. If Apple's stock sees a significant decline following the earnings report, it could potentially lose its position as the market's most valuable company by market capitalization to Washington-based rival Microsoft, which has seen a 40% increase in its stock price this year, largely driven by investor enthusiasm for its AI software initiatives. 

At the time of writing on Friday, Apple stock was down by 1.04% in premarket trading at $175.81, as per MarketWatch data. 

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