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Apple ends a four-day losing streak

A new version of the iPhone may be coming in September.

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A new version of the iPhone may be coming in September.

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Apple Inc. rose 2.8 percent to snap a four-day losing streak. The US International Trade Commission on Friday said Samsung Electronics infringed on two Apple patents and banned imports of products using the iPhone maker’s multitouch features and headphone jack detection. Also, the blog All Things D said Apple will unveil the latest iPhone on Sept. 10. Apple’s rise helped make tech stocks the leading S&P 500 gainers and helped the Nasdaq achieve a small gain.

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