Everything to look out for in Apple’s earnings

Vendas de produtos caem, mas vendas de conteúdo (olha o copyright aí) crescem.

Apple has figured out, through its app and content stores, after-sales services, Apple Pay, and a few other services, how to continue to make money off of customers who aren’t buying new phones. It’s done an excellent job of locking customers into its ecosystem, and in a note to investors last week, Credit Suisse analysts predicted that Apple’s services business could continue to grow from about $14 billion to over $35 billion—about 30% of Apple’s gross profits—by 2020. This quarter’s number, when iPhone sales are likely declining, could indicate how robust that theory is.

When Apple announces earnings for the second quarter of its fiscal 2016 on Tuesday (April 26), it may report a quarterly decline in revenue for the first time in over a decade. Some Wall Street analysts are predicting Apple sales to fall for the next few quarters, and the current set of earnings should provide…

via Everything to look out for in Apple’s earnings — Quartz

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