Apple just became the first American public company to cross $1 trillion in value.
The price of Apple moved above $207.04 and in the process, took the market capitalization to $1 trillion.
Apple announced $100 billion in stock buybacks on May 1, the largest repurchase ever by a USA public company.
Founder Steve Jobs' return to Apple in the late-1990s helped turned around the company's fortune. "It's one of those things that does not mean anything by itself... it's more a testimony of the importance of Apple on the market".
Last year, sales had risen to $229bn and profits to $48.4bn, making it the most profitable public-listed United States company.
Blood moon rises but clouds spoil party for many
Dr Emily Brunsden, director of the University of York's Astrocampus, added that this eclipse was a "micro blood moon ". This occurs at the same time that it will reach one of its closest points to the Earth, about 35.9 million miles away.
Xiaomi Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite launched
The Mi A2 ships with the latest stock Android 8.1 Oreo OS out of the box with a guaranteed Android P update later this year. As Android One devices, both the units will have unlimited high-quality photo storage with Google Photos.
United States group: North Korea dismantling key launch site facilities
Kim announced the mission of his nuclear testing site as finished weeks before inviting foreign journalists to observe the destruction of the tunnels.
July 2008: Apple launches the online App Store to sell applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
The reason for the confusion is because Apple is in the midst of a stock buyback program, meaning that some sources have listed the wrong number of outstanding shares.
Shares surged after Apple reported earnings that topped forecasts and a healthy outlook on Wednesday.
"The organic growth of these so-called steady-eddie companies is nowhere near that of Apple", [Cramer] said of the consumer packaged goods plays.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has struggled to find another product as society-altering as the iPhone.