As previously reported, Apple will report its second quarter financial results on April 14. Analysts surveyed by Thomson First Call are expecting the company to earn 10 cents a share on $1.8 billion in revenue. “While the company will certainly tout the success of its iPod and iPod mini digital music players, analysts say they will look for signs that sales of Apple’s Power Mac G5 have improved,” reports CBS Marketwatch. “The higher-margin Power Macs are seen as contributing more to Apple’s earnings than the iPods, and an upgrade in Apple’s creative markets is considered crucial to the company’s future performance.”