Tomorrow, at 2.00pm PDT, Apple will post its financial results for the third quarter of 2007 which dates from April 1st to June 30th.

Traditionally conservative in estimating these things, Apple has predicted $5.1 billion in revenue.

Wall Street analysts are suggesting this figure could be higher and are suggesting a 34% increase in profits.

Of course what everyone wants to find out is how many iPhones Apple managed to shift since the things went on sale, something they have been tight-lipped about.

Estimates for sale figures for the phone vary from a low 200,000 to a high 500,000.

Also of interest, is how much Apple's kick-back from AT&T is for each iPhone sold - experts say it could be as much as $11 per unit, which means even if 200,000 were sold - well, you do the math.

Apple may not reveal all the iPhone earnings this statement, the iPhone was only on sale for 2 days of this period.

It is thought they might spread the revenue generated from the wunder-phone over the 24-months folks are tied into their Apple-flavoured phone contracts.

Obviously Apple do make a few other interesting products - iPods sales are expected to have gone over 9 million units.

The updated MacBooks and MacBooks Pros were launched in this latest fiscal period and they should have shifted well too.

Two things are certain - whatever the results, they're sure to be interesting, and Pocket-lint.co.uk will bring them to you as soon as we can.