At 2 PM PT/5 PM ET today, Apple holds its Q2 2016 earnings call to announce how the company fared financially during the past three months. The news is not expected to be pretty -- in fact, many analysts believe that Apple could report its first quarterly revenue decline in well over a decade.
It's expected that Apple's going to report revenue of around $52 billion -- that's almost 10 percent less than what the company recorded for the same quarter one year ago. Apple's guidance was in the range of $50 to $53 billion, so the company itself forecasts the end of the year-over-year revenue growth that has been maintained since 2003.
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Due to circumstances beyond our control, Apple World Today will not hold its scheduled earnings call liveblog this afternoon. You can still listen to the call here.