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Apple tunes out trade war as new AirPods, services lift holiday outlook

Reuters Wednesday, 30 October 2019
Apple Inc on Wednesday forecast sales for the crucial holiday shopping quarter ahead of Wall Street expectations, with Chief Executive Tim Cook seeing strong sales of the wearables such as the noise-cancelling AirPods Pro and hoping for a U.S.-China trade deal by year-end.
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