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Apple reportedly picks Intel as sole iPhone modem maker, Qualcomm stock drops

(Reuters) — Qualcomm Inc. shares fell 2 percent on Monday after KGI Securities said Apple Inc. might drop the chipmaker in favor of Intel Corp. as the supplier for modem chips in its next generation of iPhones. Qualcomm has been a supplier of components to Apple for years but the relationship took a bad turn […]
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