The average analyst estimate puts Apple's iPad sales at 19.3 million units, down 0.7 percent compared with the same period last year.
Analysts wax eloquent on future Apple devices and strategies, including the iPhone 6, iWatch, and mobile payments.
Awaiting actual numbers from Apple, 32 analysts polled by Fortune get in on the iPhone sales guessing game.
The data released by analyst firm Mirae Asset Securities claims that the Korean manufacturer will sell 15 million units in the April-June period.
The sale of its stake in Beats Electronics helps the Taiwanese handset maker avoid recording a second-consecutive quarterly loss.
Analysts contacted by Fortune predict a 10 percent rise in iPad sales over those from the final quarter of 2012.
Limited production of curved displays will leave the screens of the next iPhone and Galaxy phone flat, reports The Korea Herald. Will buyers care?
RBC Capital Markets and Deutsche Bank speculate on the iPad Mini Retina, and one analyst expounds on the significance of 64-bit computing for large corporate accounts.
Apple's colourful plastic smart phone apparently isn't as popular as its fingerprint-scanning rival.
Instagram has no current plans to sell ads, but that isn't stopping analysts from salivating over the potential of video ads running on the platform and in News Feed.