Anonymous, 26 Apr 2019Intel has been a loser on all fronts (Except for laptop processors) for a long time. The only ... moreI worked for AMD many moons ago and they are no better than intel, they are all the same US company's stealing each others IP.
After the 5G modems there will be lawsuits all over the place, again...
Bewildered , 26 Apr 2019https://www.gsmarena.com/qualcomm_and_samsung_will_supply_apple_with_5g_modems_in_2020-news-36... moreAll other companies pays their licenses. Apple is the only thief here, don't try to shame others for what Apple always do.
Duck of death, 26 Apr 20196 billion dollars.
I think, Intel was the reason Apple was pushed into having to sign that se... morehttps://www.gsmarena.com/qualcomm_and_samsung_will_supply_apple_with_5g_modems_in_2020-news-36708.php
The court case could go either way
Apple 2020 launch if 5G could be put in serious jeopardy or delayed and Qualcomm could cut off its nose to spite its face and NOT supply Apple with modems
Apple has already lost court cases for 4G Intel modem iPhone as these utilise Qualcomm patented technology which Qualcomm has a right to
Apple imo realise you can't bully a person who owns property
Apple was the first $ trillion company, much smaller companies will have to pay Qualcomm licencing fees
Intel would need to have a licencing arrangement with Qualcomm so whatever Intel charges Apple would be reduced by the fees it has to pay Qualcomm
FYI IOS is a Nokia licenced software, Apple didn't in 2006, 2007 design IOS from scratch, essential parts are Nokia patented processes.
Nokia sued Apple, Apple then like now threw in the towel, to be blunt Apple pays Nokia a fee for every device that uses IoS
cruizer, 26 Apr 2019my hunch is that Intel actually really already wanted to quit as a 5G modem player. they just ... more6 billion dollars.
I think, Intel was the reason Apple was pushed into having to sign that settlement. Remember, that is just a settlement for the theft Apple did on Intel's behalf. Nothing and future deals.
I wouldn't be surprised if Intel sold Apple out as a thank you for working on a desktop processor. "Leaked" definitive evidence to Qualcomm showing how Apple had given Intel illegal blueprints.
abigfanoftechs, 26 Apr 2019This was a bad decision by Intel. Apple isn't the only phone maker, plus 5G modem can be used ... moreYeah... The article says they will keep working on non smartphone modems.
Intel has been a loser on all fronts (Except for laptop processors) for a long time. The only reason i won't wish them complete failure is because there needs to be competition, otherwise AMD would become just like them, or even worse.
my hunch is that Intel actually really already wanted to quit as a 5G modem player. they just waited for Apple and Qualcomm to seal a deal, then they announced it. had they announced it before Apple and Qualcomm's deal, it would put Apple in a terrible position and Qualcomm would have totally humiliated Apple with a disadvantageous deal.