“NAND flash prices have continued to rise, with demand being stimulated most recently by reports that Apple will roll out a new audio-video product adopting NAND flash memory. Apple was recently reported by Reuters to be scheduling a product launch next week, with speculation being that the company will introduce an iPod that can display videos,” Hans Wu and Carrie Yu report for DigiTimes.
“Prices for NAND flash memory in all segments rose at least 1% yesterday, with the 8Gbit segment increasing 2.8% to more than US$52 while 4Gbit prices rose 2.54%, according to DRAMeXchange,” Wu and Yu report.
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