With Fortune having now filled in the blanks in its analyst roundup, above are the final numbers Wall Street expects Apple to announce at around 1.30pm PT/4.30pm ET this afternoon.

With all 34 analysts having revealed their predictions, the consensus view is for year-on-year revenue to have grown by 8.5 percent, with earnings up 18.1 percent … 

Unsurprisingly, the bulk of that growth is expected to be from iPhone sales, which are expected to have climbed by 14.5 percent. CIRP yesterday indicated that Q3 sales are likely to include a higher percentage of flagship models than was the case last year.

Mac sales, accessory sales and iTunes revenues are all expected to be up on last year, while iPad sales are predicted to be flat. iPod sales are expected to have almost halved, Apple describing it as a “declining business.”

The rise in iPhone sales is large attributed to Chinese and Japanese sales. In addition to the high profile China Mobile and NTT DoCoMo deals, Apple added 49 other international carriers last year.

As ever, we’ll bring you the actual numbers as soon as Apple announces them, with live coverage of the earnings call that follows.

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