Let's see if the media reminds viewers that a supplier talking to the media about future orders is impossible. And this has been the case for years.
They can only announce at time of new contracts if APPL allows.
You may be right but I honestly don't ever remember even those kind of official reports. When Qualcom's CEO is being interviewed he'll often remind the reporter he can't speak about Apple. This has been the case for a long time.
Hopefully AAPL sues them for telling the truth. Btw, don't companies have a fiduciary duty to their own shareholders to apprise of material changes to their business conditions?
How can it be that the market isn't aware of this after a million stories stating this condition with suppliers.