Apple's share price plummeted today after the company sold two million fewer iPhones over the holiday period than had been predicted.
Apple said it sold a record 47.8 million iPhones in the quarter ending in December, but the average analyst forecast was 50 million units.
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A rather cloudy start for most, with rain spreading eastwards, clearing to brighter skies later in the day.