The calm before the iPhone 5 storm?

Apple’s next earnings report may fall short of Wall Street’s expectations as consumers holdout for the iPhone 5 and China and Europe slow, but this will be insignificant for the tech giant’s long-term prospects.

Apple faces an unusual phenomenon when reporting earnings this time around: low expectations.

Few are expecting the world's most valuable technology company – which surpasses Wall Street expectations with near regularity – to deliver a bumper quarter once more on Tuesday.

The main reason: consumers holding out for the new iPhone.


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