The account was originally created back in April, but only this week went live with its very first tweet. It looks like its primary purpose is to promote Apple Card, rather than to offer customer support.
The most yawn-inducing Apple earnings call of the year is just days away, and Wall Street is eagerly anticipating the results — though maybe for reasons you wouldn’t expect.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri are scheduled to hop on the phone with investors at 2 p.m. Pacific next Tuesday for Apple’s Q3 2019 earnings call. Even though Apple doesn’t reveal quarterly sales for iPhones anymore, there are a lot of metrics to look for that could clue us in on how well or poorly the company is performing lately.
Keep an ear out for these five things during Apple’s July 30 earnings call.