Apple continues to be in the news this week. In this video, Eric Bleeker looks at reports that Apple may use Qualcomm chipsets in the new low-cost iPhone. Eric reviews the sometimes tense history between these two companies, and why it makes sense for Apple to use Qualcomm products. Apple may also use Intel to manufacture processors, a decidedly more palatable choice than current manufacturer Samsung. Will Intel go for it? Good question.
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