Apple Posts Earnings Ahead Of Mysterious Unveiling
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NPR's Laura Sydell has more.
LAURA SYDELL: Apple sold more than $8.7 million iPhones last quarter. But Wall Street was hoping for more than $9 million. Many analysts believe that their predictions might've been a little bit overly enthusiastic about iPhones. But Apple did beat some Wall Street sales predictions.
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SYDELL: Laura Sydell, NPR News, San Francisco.
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