Apple, one of the best-performing tech stocks in recent memory, snapped a six-year winning streak on Thursday.
The company's shares finished the year down 4.64 percent, at $105.26. Apple had previously closed lower for the year in 2008; it shed 56.91 percent that year.
2015 was a roller-coaster ride for Apple, as the company's shares hit an all-time closing high of $133 on Feb. 23, and an all-time intraday high of $134.54 on April 28. Apple was even added to the Dow Jones industrial average in February, replacing AT&T.