At the beginning of 2020, Apple seemed to be caught in a terrible dilemma. The primary spread of the novel coronavirus locked down the companies in China that assemble its iPhones. It also closed its retail markets in a country. Things looked even more depressing in March following the global pandemic which pushed the U.S. economy into the deepest downturn since the Great Depression about a century ago.
Apple has succeeded to sparkle amid the darkness by becoming the first U.S. company to possess a market worth of nearly $2 trillion, only two years after it reached the $1 trillion mark increasing the stock by around 50% this year. Read More