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Apple says production is returning to 'typical levels'

US tech giant maintains revenues and sees signs of recovery in China

Apple decided not to offer any guidance for next quarter or the fiscal year due to coronavirus uncertainty.   © Reuters

PALO ALTO, U.S. -- Apple reported slight revenue growth in the past quarter despite disruption from the coronavirus pandemic. The iPhone-maker said its global supply chain, which depends heavily on Asia, remains resilient and production has started to return to normal.

"During a quarter when circumstances evolve by the hour, we have been gratified by the resilience and adaptability of our global supply chain," Apple CEO Tim Cook said during a company earnings call on Thursday.

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