Apple is being accused of employing its bulk purchasing position to manipulate flash memory prices in Korea today.

An article in the Korea Times cites industry sources, principally chipmakers, who seem to be frustrated because Apple will place a large order for the component but then subsequently buy less than originally demanded, generating market saturation and suppressing prices.

The article notes Apple

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