Fund managers have spoken out in favour of tech giant Apple despite the announcement it would be launching its much-anticipated iPhone X later than expected, which caused a 2.5% fall in intraday trading on Tuesday.
While Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, said this model would be the "biggest leap" forward since the original iPhone, investors paid more attention to the launch date, which was set for November 3 in an unprecedented...
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