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(Via All Things Digital). Company signs agreement with GT Advanced Technologies to produce the sapphire material that has shown up in the iPhone 5 and 5S. Sapphire material maker GT Advanced Technologies has won an important deal with Apple. The iPhone maker has inked a contract with GT that will have the supplier producing sapphire-based materials at Apple's recently announced facility in Arizona. Apple will give GT $578 million in prepayment, which GT will reimburse to Apple over a period of five years, starting in 2015.