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Apple (AAPL) closed at $173.93 in the latest trading session, marking a -0.89% move from the prior day.
Apple Inc's Chinese supplier Luxshare Precision Industry is producing three models of iPhone 15 series this year, and the business has doubled in a year, Luxshare's chairwoman said on Thursday. The manufacturer is also making production preparations for Apple Vision Pro, a wearable headset device that will be available early next year, chairwoman Wang Laichun told state-backed newspaper The Paper. Luxshare has increased the production types and numbers of Apple's iPhone products in recent years, Wang added.