27 February 2018

Battery revolution: Will Apple do to cobalt, what Tesla did for lithium?

One of the world’s leading electronics manufacturers could be in trouble.

The company sells over 100 million devices such as its iconic iPhone, iPad and iMac products every year and wields one of the largest software libraries including its very own marketplace for content-hungry users.

But to maintain its assertive position as a leading device manufacturer, Apple needs to secure ample amounts of key raw materials such as graphite, lithium, cobalt and other rare earth minerals.


Written by George Tchetvertakov
Published by Small Caps