Netflix has had one of the biggest rallies in early morning trading, up around seven per cent, while Apple was up around 4.5 per cent.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq, on which Apple is the heaviest weighted stock, was up more than three per cent after global markets took a pummeling on Monday.
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Tim Cook halted Apple's fall yesterday, after issuing a rare mid-quarter update in an email to the host of CNBC's money show, Jim Cramer.
Apple shares slipped under the $100 mark for the first time in many months, hitting $92 - a drop of 13 per cent - but clawed that back to close just 2.49 per cent down on Monday.