Qualcomm Claims Apple’s 2018 iPhones Will Use LTE Chips Supplied By Intel

Qualcomm announced today that Apple's new iPhones will not use the company's LTE chips. Despite Qualcomm has been supplying moderns to Apple's older iPhones that are still on sale, the chipmaker has completely lost its business in the future.

A report from CNBC said that Qualcomm financial officer George Davis commented on this in the earnings conference call today. Davis said that Qualcomm believes that Apple intends to use only the competitor's moderns in the next-generation iPhones.

We believe Apple intends to solely use our competitors' modems rather than our modems in its next iPhone release. We will continue to provide modems for Apple legacy devices.

The so-called "competitor" of Qualcomm certainly refers to Intel. Apple has adopted the company's moderns since the iPhone 7. At present, the relationship between Apple and Qualcomm is relatively tight, and the two companies have been able to fight in court on the issue of unfair royalties.

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