Samsung, Infineon big players in iPhone

Taylor, Colleen
July 2007
Electronic News;7/9/2007, Vol. 53 Issue 28, p18
Trade Publication
The article discusses the release of the iPhone smart phone from Apple Inc. iSuppli Corp. said it found that Apple Incorporated's first mobile phone offering holds a number of surprises underneath its sleek exterior. According to the firm's analysis, newcomers Infineon Technologies AG, National Semiconductor Corp. and Balda providing key components in the product, along with established component makers. Infineon was among the biggest winners in terms of semiconductor content, iSuppli said.


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