« Yahoo Unlimited Launched on SBC | Main | Arbitron: PPM can track podcast listening »

August 24, 2005

Apple to buy 40% of Samsung's flash chips-analysts

Reuters: Apple plans to buy as much as 40 percent of Samsung's flash memory output in the second half for its new flash-based iPod Mini MP3 player, iSuppli and Deutsche Bank analysts said on Wednesday.
It is expected to introduce a 4-gigabyte version of the iPod Mini that uses NAND flash memory instead of a hard disk drive for the Christmas season.

Posted by Rafat Ali in Apple | Permalink


TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Apple to buy 40% of Samsung's flash chips-analysts:

» Samsung poised to take over the world from HiFi Blog
We sure wouldn't mind owning some Samsung stock right now. Seems like the Asian manufacturer is making a name for its memory chips and LCD screens. First, it's the deal they struck with Apple for the new flash-based iPod Minis, that'll probably be p... [Read More]

Tracked on Sep 1, 2005 1:19:01 PM


wenn extremen Bedingungen mit plus die Höhe bekommt erweitern neigen dazu, fast eine ganze Bühne:

Posted by: MBT Schuhe Günstig | Apr 23, 2011 9:05:14 AM

The comments to this entry are closed.