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Apple poaches top talent from iPhone 7 GPU chipmaker

Apple is siphoning talent from one of its key partners, Imagination Technologies, which makes the graphics chip for the iPhone 7. The British chipmaker was rumored to be in acquisition talks with Apple earlier this year. Apple told the press it wasn’t interested in buying Imagination Technologies, but based on a slew of recent hires, […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an A
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