silvervigilante.com / By SV / January 24, 2013
[UPDATE: In an email reply from Tyler Durden of ZeroHedge to SilverVigilante about the notion, he replied: "Nothing to do with silver and everything to do with lack of demand"]
Recent rumors around the delay of Apple’s iMac have led to speculation that their product has experienced delay due to delays on silver in China. As SV reader Jack Lee notified us, there have been numerous hardware based products from flagship companies that use silver and have been delayed since April 2012. The issues have cropped up across the tablet and smart phone industry, affecting the old-guard and current powerhouses like Google and Apple. Here is a list of the products that have been delayed since April 2012:
9. Latitude 10 Tablet (Dell)
10. HP Envy X2
11. VivoTab Smart
Virtually nothing has been said anywhere, really until GoldCore’s article this week which mentioned the delay of the iMac. The Silver Doctors, as well, have covered the iMac story. But, that there are at least twelve products – from tablets to smart phones, etc. – off the market with very little said thereof hints at something behind the curtain. Not necessarily a silver shortage, but that is certainly an intriguing proposition considering silver’s history of supply and manipulation.