Intel, Apple in talks over chip deal: RBC
- USA: Saturday, December 01 - 2012 at 03:39
Canadian investment bank RBC Capital has said Intel and Apple are in talks to replace Samsung as the manufacturer of chipsets for the iPhone and iPad, Cnet has reported. Intel would use the iPhone design Apple prefers, which is the one from ARM Holdings, a major rival of Intel, and in exchange, Apple would swap out the iPad's current design for the x86 design from Intel, said RBC analyst Doug Freedman. The deal could help Intel make around $2bn in revenue in 2013, he said.
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