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KGI: 2018 iPhones to use Intel baseband chips exclusively, ditching Qualcomm

Since iPhone 7, Apple has shared baseband chip orders for iPhones with Qualcomm and Intel. For the 2018 iPhones, KGI reports that Apple is set to rely on Intel as the exclusive supplier, amidst Apple’s ongoing legal battles with Qualcomm. KGI says Intel can meet Apple’s technical requirements and offers more competitive prices. more…
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