Imagination Technologies hit hard as Apple announces plans to dump it and use its own graphics technology

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Imagination Technologies hit for six by Apple's decision to develop and use its own graphics technology
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Imagination Technologies hit for six by Apple's decision to develop and use its own graphics technology

Imagination shares tank by 70 per cent following announcement

Imagination Technologies has been hit hard following the announcement that Apple will stop using the company's PowerVR graphics technology in iPhones and iPads in favour of graphics tech it is developing...

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