Apple (AAPL) roundup: 1) The WSJ reports Apple is shifting hardware orders from Foxconn to Pegatron, and plans to make Pegatron "the primary assembler" of its low-cost iPhone. Apple's reasons: risk diversification after last year's manufacturing issues, and pricing. 2) Apple is reportedly looking to tap Samsung to supply thin LCD glass for iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks. 3) Inside Apple author Adam Lashinsky wasn't impressed with Tim Cook's AllThingsD talk. "It is a strange sight to see the CEO of Apple, a company known for its brilliance and vision, decline over and over to discuss just about anything in any detail." 4) One detail shared by Cook: Apple has made 9 acquisitions in FY13. Only 2 - Particle and WiFiSlam - have been disclosed.
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