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After Japan’s Quake, Taiwan Helps Fill iPad 2 Supply-Chain Gaps

March 31st, 2011 03:37 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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RedEaredSlider writes “Like many device manufacturers, Apple cannot seem to escape supply concerns in the wake of the ongoing crisis in Japan. The company is hoping that AU Optronics will fill the void left by companies like Hitachi and Toshiba, both of which have been affected by the series of disasters that have rocked Japan. Damage to many factories from the earthquake and an ongoing nuclear disaster has disrupted supply chains and caused large slowdowns in production of vital electronic components.”

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