Apple quickly lost its $1tn valuation on Thursday when its offers fell 7% in nightfall
exchanging in spite of posting record results.
The tech mammoth's strategy of charging more for its telephones has satisfied, with incomes hopping over the most recent three months in spite of moderately level deals.
Revenues rose 20% to $62.9bn year-on-year, and profits rose 31% to $14.1bn.
But a warning of possible weaker sales in coming months sparked a share price slide after official trading ended.
The sell-off accelerated after Apple said it would stop disclosing the number of units sold.
Apple executives defended their decision, arguing that the figures are no longer good indicators of the firm's financial health.
Analysts, however, warned that outsiders may view it as a move that masks less sunny performance.
The total number of smartphones sold by all makers globally declined for the first time in 2017.