Shares of consumer tech giant Apple closed at US$100.53 in the US last night, their highest level ever when adjusted for its June 7-for-1 share split.
The last time Apple’s shares hit a record level, of US$100.30, was in September 2012, The Financial Times reported, the same month the company debuted its iPhone 5 smartphone.
The news site also noted that Apple stock often peaks in the lead-up to a new product launch, only to fall back once the new device goes on sale.
Apple is expected to release its next iPhone, the so-called iPhone 6, at an event on 9 September.
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