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Apple to dominate touch panel market in 2011

Bangalore: Apple with their innovative and diplomatic approach has come ahead to set aside glass capacitive touch panel to acquire 60 percent of the world's population through prepaying by 2011.

This in turn will churn other companies fighting for the remaining 40 percent. Business of these companies will grow similar to the tactics followed by Apple. Gigaom explains, " Prepaying for a bulk, long-term contract allows Apple to control pricing, causing scarcity in the market, which raises the prices of remaining component stock.

Apple's pre-bought parts then give it a price advantage when it comes to production costs, and one that could grow as the contract progresses. It's something Apple's been known to do in the past, specifically with NAND flash memory in 2005." Speaking about the business strata of Apple, it has suppliers Wintek and TPK, and is making a huge sum of $3.9 billion for long-term contracts, enough money to cover 136 million iPhone displays or 60 million iPad 2 displays.
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