“Dialog Semiconductor announced last week that it expects to report a significant increase in sales for its December quarter,” Dan Graziano reports for BGR. “The company noted that the increase was due to ‘a stronger than anticipated end of year, underpinned by a strong late surge in demand for smartphone and tablet products.’”

“Dialog Semiconductor now expects to report revenues of $268 million, an increase from between $215 million and $235 million,” Graziano reports. “The important thing to note is that, as of this past fall, Apple is Dialog’s largest customer and accounts for 60% of its total revenue.”

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