Apple Beats on Revenue and Earnings But Shares Fall

RealMoney columnist Chris Versace breaks down Apple's quarterly earnings report and call with analysts.

Apple beat on both revenues and earnings for its March quarter, but shares fell slightly in after-hours trading on Thursday.

For the quarter, Apple reported sales of $58.3 billion and earnings of $2.55 per share, ahead of estimates for $54.78 billion in revenue and $2.29 in EPS. Apple declined to issue guidance for the current quarter, however. 

Apple shares were falling 2% to $289.39 after-hours on Thursday.

RealMoney columnist Chris Versace is analyzing the company's earnings report due out after the close, and its call with analysts that's scheduled to begin at 5:00 p.m. ET.