Some of the best equity market performances across Asia and Europe on Monday were from technology companies that supply components and labour for Apple's iPhone.
Apple's own shares jumped 3.6% to $163.05 on Friday after it took just 10 minutes for pre-orders for its new iPhone X to exceed initial supply.
The world's biggest company by market capitalisation said that "customer demand is off the charts".
Apple contracts hundreds of component suppliers across the world - particularly in tech-savvy centres across Asia and Europe. The company also has assembly plants outside the US.
Among those companies in Europe that supply Apple with iPhone components, German chipmaker Dialog Semiconductor gained more than 5% to €42.48, while domestic rival STMicroelectronics added 3.1% to €20.62.
Swiss semiconductor group AMS rose 5% to SFr89.55. The EuroStoxx 50 index of the top pan-European shares rose 0.3% in mid morning trade.
Taiwan's Taiex index was among the best-performing in Asia as it's tech-heavy listings boosted it 0.5%. Many comparable Asian indexes were lower on Monday.
IPhone assembler Hon Hai Precision Industry was lifted 1.4% to T$111.50, while Foxconn Technology added 1.7% to T$94.40.
Smaller suppliers were also boosted. Largan Precision gained 3.2% to T$5,730 and Catcher Technology jumped 6.3% to T$314.50.
In China, AAC Technologies rose 2.8% to Rmb141.40.