"On average, analysts expect Apple to report sales of around 16.5 million iPhones, according to StreetAccount datarelayed byPiper Jaffray. That would be nearly double the8.4 million iPhonesthe company sold in the same quarter a year ago.
Analysts are also calling for Apple to sell a record 4.2 million Macs in the June quarter. That sum would best the4.1 millionMacs Apple sold in the holiday quarter of 2010.
It's also projected to be a record quarter for iPad sales, as Wall Street anticipates the company announcing sales of 7.8 million units of its hot-selling touchscreen tablet. That would be a half-million units more than the previous high of 7.3 million sold in holiday 2010.
Apple tipped its hand on iPad sales in early June, when the company announced at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference that total sales of the device hadtopped 25 million. At that pace, Apple was on track to sell more than 8 million iPads in the June quarter, though overall analyst predictions are slightly lower."