Flash memory specialist Anobit is part of Apple’s hardware department

Following the announcement of the best quarterly results in Apple’s history took Tim Cook who yesterday sat in this audio conference to learn about the future of the recently acquired flash memory professionals from Anobit. They should simply be incorporated in Apple’s existing structure.

Two weeks ago, Apple confirmed that the rumor mill for some time predicted the acquisition of Israeli company Anobit. Cupertino bought one so ample expertise to optimize the use of flash memory. The step is, given Apple’s trend toward SSD and the success of IOS devices only comprehensible.

With the announcement that the specialists of Anobit simply found their direct way to Apple’s original hardware development department, CEO Tim Cook joined yesterday a criticism of the competitors: “Many technology companies such as Microsoft, operate with a wide range of other separate business units. “contrast, Apple seems to prefer to keep track.

Anobit have fantastic technical talent. Apple is suppose to join in the ranks very happy, said Cook.

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New Verizon directive indicates LTE-enabled iPhone 5

The U.S. mobile provider Verizon Wireless can be heard at CES 2012 that all its future must support the sales included in the networks of the fourth-generation smartphone, the LTE standard. Between the lines of this notice is withdrawn, bringing the iPhone 5 with 4G.

A larger screen, a curved instrument design, NFC and LTE support – everything was in the rumor mill from the iPhone 5 was expected, before Tim Cook in October 2011, the iPhone 4S with Siri presented that confirmed any of the previous speculation.

At the Consumer Electronics Show, now aroused a statement of the provider Verizon attention, the media attention a year ago, the iPhone CDMA recorded in his program. As a big proponent of the LTE standard and leader of the infrastructural development of this fourth-generation mobile networks will be required as a “hard requirement” virtually unconditionally by the smartphone manufacturers to jump on the LTE train.

There is no reason to believe that Verizon, the business will miss out voluntarily with the popular iPhone due to the above mentioned product policy, whether for the iPhone 5, which supposedly last great project of Steve Jobs to reckon with the implementation of the faster wireless standard LTE , Cnet speculates not without reason.