US shares closed Thursday higher with the Dow Jones hitting a new high - its 71st record close in 2017.
Yesterday, the iPhone maker issued an apology to customers, after reports emerged that it had introduced software that intentionally slows-down such phones with older batteries.
It also announced a US$50 reduction in the cost of replacing the batteries, to US$29, and an iOS (operating system) software update providing updates on iPhone battery health in early 2018.
in the regular session, Apple shares shed 0.67% to stand at US$169.94 each.
Moasic on Friday's regular session added 0.57% to US$25.70.
Comms group Sprint Corp (NYSE:S) added 0.51% to US$5.94 after it emerged that Softbank had added to its stake in the firm. in the regular session, shares added 0.25% to US$5.92 each.