Apple shares have made a comeback after five-straight days of decline, their longest losing streak since October.
The iPad maker is up more than 3 percent Tuesday to $602, after closing down 4 percent on Monday. The company is down about 10 percent from its record high of $644 on April 10.
Despite the recent dips in Apple stock, analysts remain optimistic.
Apple has room for long-term growth potential, Tavis McCourt, who covers Apple for Raymond James, told CNBC. Apple is a strong buy and maintains a price target of $800, McCourt said.
"The magic of Apple stock is they are vertically integrated, which means they capture a very large margin pool, which means they can make a lot of money without having a lot of unit share in any given market," McCourt said. "As long as that application ecosystem continues to grow and continues to be a better ecosystem than Android or Windows phone, there is a lot of room for this company to continue to grow over the next few years."