Tech Business Roundup: Sharp SLOW In Screen Output, Amazon PREFERS Nokia Mapping

Sharp (SHCAF.PK) has not so far initiated the mass production of screens for Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) next iPhone, according to the Wall Street Journal. The former had expected to begin deliveries by this time and it is not known when it will be able to start. In the meantime, the iPhone’s two other screen suppliers, LG Display and Japan Display, have begun their shipments but the difficulties at Sharp makes it uncertain as to whether Apple will be able to meet demand.

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Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) will employ the mapping services of Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) in its new Kindle Fire, which should be unveiled on Thursday next, says Reuters. It is not good news to Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG), whose Android operating system is used in the device; Apple ceased the use of Google Maps in favor of its own feature and content from Tom Tom for iOS 6.

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