A woman looks at an iPhone 8 Plus at an Apple Store in San Francisco, Friday, Sept. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
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Apple Inc.'s new products are getting a thumbs down, at least by investors in the company's Asian suppliers. Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., which assembles the iPhone and other Apple devices, has fallen 10 percent in Taipei since Apple unveiled its collection of new gadgets for the holidays this month. Apple iPhone 8 preorders are "substantially lower" than iPhone 7 and iPhone 6 levels, Rosenblatt Securities analyst Jun Zhang wrote in a note last week.Hon Hai fell 2.8 percent in Taipei, while Pegatron slumped 4.4 percent.
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