Apple's stock gained 1.64 percent Tuesday, a day after tying its second-longest losing streak ever.
The stock was the second-biggest advancer within the Dow Jones industrial average Tuesday as the blue-chip index halved sharp losses in afternoon trading.
Apple, once considered a darling by investors and analysts on Wall Street, fell for an eight-straight session Monday, something it hadn't done since 1998.
That said, analysts at Bespoke said in a note Monday the stock had posted a median gain of about 8 percent in the month following an eight-day slide.
"Apple bulls would certainly love a bounce like that over the next month," Bespoke said.