Tim Cook's firm was named the first company in the world to hit a trillion in 2018, and just two years later they've smashed another record.
Share prices for the tech giant hit $467.77 in the US, up 50 per cent, on Wednesday (19.08.20), pushing it over $2 trillion.
The iPhone makers surpassed oil firm Saudi Aramco, whose value went down to $1.8 trillion.
Apple recorded their third quarter figures at the end of July, which included $59.7bn of revenue.
Amazon is the second most valuable company in the US, with Jeff Bezos' online retail empire worth around $1.7 trillion.
Microsoft is said to be around the £1.6 trillion mark, whilst Google's owners Alphabet have just over $1 trillion.