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Intel To Gain All iPhone Share, as Qualcomm, Broadcom Lose, Says Instinet

Broadcom and Qualcomm are both set to lose in a major way in the next iPhones, speculates Romit Shah of Instinet, as Apple is poised to dump Qualcomm modems for Intel's, and some models of iPhone may replace Broadcom's wireless filter technology with chips from Qorvo, in a bid to cut the cost of the iPhone.
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