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Apple shuns leading chip makers in 3G iPhone

7/15/2008 00:00 AM EDT
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t.alex
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re: Apple shuns leading chip makers in 3G iPhone
t.alex   1/23/2011 1:06:49 AM
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I guess part of the reasons is Apple does not want to be dependent on just 1 or 2 market leaders.

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none999   7/15/2008 3:47:52 PM
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Your article only discusses market leadership, not technology leadership. Have you considered the possibility that Apple chose the suppliers it did because their technology was superior to that of the market leaders?

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