Apple and Qualcomm might be entangled in lawsuits and jeopardizing their relations, but the Cupertino company is reportedly looking to drop Intel as a chip manufacturer as well. According to a source, Intelís development of a chip that combines modem, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth is halted, and the employees have switched to other projects.
Intel executives said Apple was expected to be the key mobile customer of their new component. Although the plans include 2019 and 2020 devices, Intel will still supply the main bulk of chips for this yearís iPhones.
Although 5G chips in smartphones will be available in 2019, network adaptation is a bit slower, so large-scale rollout of gigabit speeds is expected in 2020. That is when Apple will most likely launch a 5G iPhone that will also support the new Wi-Fi standard called WiGig (802.11ad).
Man but they did. Most contries sells more Xiaomi devices than Apple devices. Or do you think that everybody can affiord 1000 for a phone? I can afford that but i wont spend a penny on this greedy moneyhungry company which gives me nothing in...
You do realize that Apple makes a lot more stuff than iPhones, right? Would be nice to clarify you're talking about dropping Intel chips from phones, cuz this article is currently just a clickbait.
LMOA They can barelly beat them in Asia, and you hope them to even remotely compete in the US?