Apple set a new record share price and market value just after the unveiling of its latest smartphone.
The company received more than two million pre-orders in the first 24 hours – that is around three iPhones sold every two minutes.
What does that mean for Apple in its ongoing battle with rivals? In this edition of Business Weekly we discuss that with Mark Priest from ETX Capital.
Also in the programme: the crisis in Spain, where the government has to deal not only with an economic but also a political crisis, and carmakers’ continue to suffer from weak sales in Europe.
Watch the programme with video on demand.
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