Apple and Samsung Are Back in Business
Apple and Samsung are back in business. Well, they have always been in business. If its not business rip themselves apart it would be business of Samsung selling components to Apple.
According to sources from WSJ, Apple is having problem with getting enough displays for its next iPad mini that is expected to be a retina display.
Initially, LG and Sharp are supposed to be the producers and suppliers of these high resolution displays, however to ensure enough supply, the fruit company had to go to its ever persistent rival Samsung, for additional supply of the needed high resolution displays.
Though these two giants are a constant pain to each other's ass, they still remain useful to themselves - of course not for long.
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