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Apple Debuts Health-Oriented Watch & Biggest iPhone Yet


According to a report by Reuters, Apple has unveiled its largest iPhone ever, along with a new line of watches that can detect heart problems, as it looks to convince users to upgrade to more expensive devices amid stagnant global demand for smartphones. The strategy has helped Apple's stock improve nearly 30 percent this year, making it the first publicly traded US company to reach a market value of over 1 trillion-dollars. Reuters reports that the relatively small change to the tech-giant's lineup were widely expected by investors, however the announcement still sent the company's shares down 1.5 percent.

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