Apple's stock charged its way up to $212 in pre-market trading on Wednesday, after reporting its worst-ever decline in iPhone sales.
It cements a $327 billion rally in its market cap since January 3, when Apple issued an explosive sales warning on holiday trading, blaming weak iPhone sales in China.
A number of analysts think the downturn in iPhone sales has got as bad as it is going to get, with the market bottoming out.
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