We already know a lot about Apple’s 2018 iPhones: both good and bad. We also know Apple plans to take several gambles this year, and new information has now revealed what might prove to be the biggest of the lot…
In a report obtained by 9to5Mac, KGI Securities’ respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reveals Apple will drop Qualcomm baseband chips from future iPhones and source them exclusively from Intel. The move comes as legal action intensifies between Apple and Qualcomm with billions of dollars at stake.
And yet the decision from Apple represents a significant gamble.
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