Apple: Qualcomm refused to sell modem chips for the latest range of iPhones

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The Apple iPhone XS Max, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone XS
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The Apple iPhone XS Max, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone XS

Apple COO Jeff Williams claims that the company had no choice but to go to Intel

Apple was forced to source the modem chips for its latest iPhone XR, XS and XS Max smartphones from Intel because Qualcomm refused to supply them. That's according to Apple chief operating officer Jeff...

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