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U.S. Lawmakers Concerned About Apple’s Decision to Use YMTC’s 3D NAND

Adding another 3D NAND maker to the supply chain would certainly be good for Apple, but US lawmakers said one of the world’s largest consumer electronics companies would use YMTC’s memory, thereby helping China’s semiconductor industry develop. Apple claims it will only use chips from Yangtze Memory in iPhones sold in China.

Apple has been evaluating the use of YMTC’s 3D NAND for several months, and reports emerged last week that the company has finally decided to use the Chinese manufacturer’s flash memory for its iPhones. financial times It had considered using YMTC’s products in some of its smartphones sold in China, but as of last week had not confirmed that these chips were in use. Apple reportedly said it had no plans to use YMTC devices in smartphones. But US lawmakers remain concerned about Apple’s cooperation with Yangtze Memory.

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