Shares of Apple hit an all-time high on Friday, June 1 of $190. The gain comes amid a bullish note out of UBS.
The market cap of the tech giant was nearly $933 billion. The last time Apple hit a high was in early March when shares topped $180.
Apple's story is changing and investors should take notice, said a note from UBS.
UBS analyst Steven Milunovich raised his price target on the world's most valuable company to $210 from $190 because he sees the narrative around the company changing beyond just that it is a company that makes the iPhone.While the iPhone is by far the company's most popular and valuable product, Milunovich said he believes Apple's other hardware products and higher-margin service offerings have room for growth.
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