NEW YORK (
(AAPL - Get Report)
shares dipped 0.37% to $699.50 before market open on Thursday, just a day before the new iPhone 5 hits retail stores.
Shares of the tech giant, which hit a new high of $703.99 earlier this week, closed up 0.03% at $702.10 on Wednesday. Apple also made its latest operating system,
, available on Wednesday.
(FB - Get Report)
shares slipped 1.29% to $22.99 in premarket trading on Thursday, reversing some of Wednesday's gains.
Shares of the social networker closed up 6.49% at $23.29 on Wednesday, boosted by tighter integration with Apple's iOS 6. The company's stock has also been lifted recently by positive reports
about the company's Facebook Exchange ad platform.
Facebook was also one of the most active premarket Nasdaq stocks on share volume of 145,305.
(ADBE - Get Report)
was a gainer in premarket trading on Thursday despite trailing Wall Street's revenue estimate in its
, released on Wednesday.
The San Jose, Calif.-based firm reported revenue of $1.081 billion, below analysts' expectations of $1.10 billion and at the low end of its own guidance of $1.075 billion to $1.125 billion. Adobe took a $9 million hit from currency losses.
Excluding items, Adobe earned 58 cents a share, in line with the forecast from analysts surveyed by
Adobe shares rose 1.45% to $33.6 on Thursday.
--Written by James Rogers in New York.
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