“Taiwan Green Point (TGP), a Taiwan-based consumer electronics-use chassis maker, recently landed iPod-use case orders from Apple Computer, the Chinese-language Commercial Times reported yesterday, adding to the list of Taiwan manufacturers supporting Apple,” Jessie Shen reports for DigiTimes.
“Taiwan-based iPod-related component makers including Foxlink (Cheng Uei Precision Industry), Advanced-Connectek (Acon), Mustang Industrial and Ji-Haw Industrial are expected to see a significant revenue contribution from Apple orders later this year, as the PC maker will launch new iPod Shuffle [sic] models in 4GB and 6GB versions, according to the paper,” Shen reports.
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MacDailyNews Take: With screens or without? And would they be “shuffles” with a screen?
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