Apple beats Q2 estimates

Yesterday was Apple's Q2 financial conference call, and it's safe to say things went well. Apple generated $410 million (47 cents per share) in the 2nd quarter of 2006, up from $290 million (34 cents a share) as this time last year. Wall Street's projection was 43 cents per share. iPod sales continued to do well, and Mac sales rose 4%. I'm really interested to see the same numbers a year from now, once the full line of Macs are Intel-based and Leopard has been released.
This article was originally published on Tuaw.