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The Big Apple Inc. (AAPL) News You Probably Missed

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There are not too many days that go by when the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) supply chain is not brought to light. Cupertino has put a lot of time and money into perfecting this part of its business, and there is no reason to believe this will change in the future (check out this piece).

Tim CookThis time around, Digitimes is reporting that flexible PCB makers are getting ready for mass production thanks to the introduction of the new Apple iPhone which should be hitting the market sooner rather than later.

Here is a brief excerpt explaining where things stand right now:

“Flexium Interconnect, Zhen Ding Technology and Career Technology reportedly have cut into the supply chain for Apple’s next-generation iPhone devices slated for release in late September or early October. The three Taiwan-based flexible PCB manufacturers are gearing up for mass production for the new models in July and August, according to industry sources.”

The time is now for these companies to gear up for what Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is sure to throw at them in the months to come. It goes without saying that planning for such a launch takes the proper timing. Fortunately, Apple knows what it is doing and there is no reason to believe this launch will be any less successful than those prior.

The piece went on to add some additional information about these supply chain companies and how they tie into what Apple is currently doing:

“Flexium and Zhen Ding started producing in small volume FPCBs for use in the new iPhone series in June, said the sources, adding that shipments have gradually expanded since July which will boost revenues at both companies. Career Tech, which sees a relatively small portion of company revenues generated from the orders placed by Apple, will also benefit from the new iPhone launch, the sources indicated.”

While Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) continues to think about the future, especially how its new iPhone will be received, the company’s in its supply chain have to be happy with where things are headed. As noted above, a deal with Apple is sure to boost revenues.

As the months go by, more and more people continue to get excited about what the next generation Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone will offer. Cupertino’s supply chain is moving forward in full force, and consumers should be learning more about the device soon enough.

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