In the following series Motley Fool technology analyst Eric Bleeker sifts through the component makers supplying the iPhone and what having their products in Apple's newest phone means for the company.
In this edition, Eric places particular focus on the communications side, specifically the baseband processor. As expected, Qualcomm stole content from Infineon's wireless unit -- now owned by Intel -- in a move that should provide a large boost to its chip business. Watch the video below to get full analysis on Qualcomm's place in the iPhone and what it means for the company.
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