A second report has surfaced accusing Apple of bogarting the world's supply of NAND flash. The chips are most commonly used for memory in phones, MP3 players, thumb drives and solid-state hard drives.
According to DRAM exchange, Apple plans on using so many of the chips for the iPod and iPhone, the company could consume as much as 25% of the world's total flash output.
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