Analysts are expecting earnings of $4.54 a share and $88.4 billion in revenue.
The market is also looking for iPhone revenues in the region of $50.9 billion and services growth of around 18%.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Apple ahead of earnings.
Here's what he had to say:
"You've got to see what kind of haircut they give China. Both for manufacturing and for sales. And remember this is a very conservative company and it's boots on the ground. It's numbered daily. Obviously China's bit of a ghost town. The Chinese economy may be can't handle this. I don't think that they can be at all bullish. However, I think people will look through that in the way that United Technologies looked through it. In the way that a lot of companies like, American Express, will look through it. PayPal will look through it. So we got to see. I can't be jumping up and down about it, given the fact that it's had such a big run. And you do have this China morass, but, you know, I think they're gonna do okay," said Cramer.
Watch the video above for more.
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