Apple to buy NAND flash chips from China's Yangtze Memory - report

Thursday 15 February 2018 | 07:30 CET | News
Apple is in talks with Yangtze Memory Technologies to purchase NAND flash chips from the Chinese chipmaker, Nikkei reports. Yangtze Memory's first factory lines, worth around USD 24 billion, in the city of Wuhan are scheduled to start production sometime in 2018. Apple plans to use these chips in new iPhone models and other products for sale in the Chinese market, according to two unnamed sources familiar with the matter.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Samsung / SK Hynix / Toshiba / Western Digital
Countries: China
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