Apple (AAPL) is just starting to come back.

After falling from about $199.62 to a recent low of $180.17, the oversold tech giant is now back at $186.56. From here, we’d like to see it refill its bearish gap around $192.50 initially.  It’s also just starting to pivot higher from over-extensions on RSI, MACD, and Williams’ %R.

Helping, the company just announced Apple Vision Pro will be available beginning Friday, February 2, at all U.S. Apple Store locations and the U.S. Apple Store online.

“Vision Pro is a revolutionary spatial computer that transforms how people work, collaborate, connect, relive memories, and enjoy entertainment,” says the company. “Vision Pro seamlessly blends digital content with the physical world and unlocks powerful spatial experiences in vision OS, controlled by the most natural and intuitive inputs possible — a user’s eyes, hands, and voice.”

Even better, Morgan Stanley also believes Apple’s weakness is an opportunity.

The firm noted, “While near-term Product demand remains uneven (vs. Services outperforming), we believe this is captured in recent underperformance,” analysts at Morgan Stanley, reiterated an Overweight rating and $220 price target on the stock. Morgan Stanley believes that after 9 points of underperformance vs the S&P 500 in the last month, Apple shares are oversold, and they’d be buyers of weakness,” as noted by

JP Morgan also maintained its overweight rating on the stock, with a $225 price target.