“Apple is objecting to bankrupt GT Advanced Technologies’ financing plan, saying the terms of the $95 million loan agreement would undermine a settlement the iPhone maker reached with its former sapphire crystal supplier last year,” Dawn Chmielewski reports for Re/code.

“The Cupertino technology giant said it generally supports GT’s plans to obtain financing to help it reorganize under the supervision of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court,” Chmielewski reports. “However, it takes issue with certain provisions of the loan that are tied to a May fire at Apple’s Arizona facility.”

Chmielewski reports, “A group of GT Advanced’s shareholders also have raised objections, questioning why the company needs to raise money nine months into its bankruptcy.”

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