Thought the legal battle between Qualcomm and Apple was over? Well, Qualcomm has made some explosive statements against Apple accusing it of stealing its trade secrets and source code and sharing it with Intel.
Apple and Qualcomm are not exactly seeing eye-to-eye right now, and it turns out that both companies may already be prepared for not working together in the future.
Intel has refuted a report from earlier this week which claimed that Apple has decided to ditch the company’s ‘Sunny Peak’ 5G modem for its 2020 iPhones. The company says in its statement that its “customer engagements and roadmap” for 2018 through 2020 has not changed, and it remains committed to its 5G plans and projects.
The rumor mill has pointed to Apple shifting over to Intel for its LTE chips for quite some time, and a new report echoes those sentiments.
Just a day after a report detailed that Apple is working on releasing Macs with its own CPUs by 2020, Intel has launched its new high-end Coffee Lake Core i9 processor for mobile laptops.
Apple has been rumored to be working on its own chips for Macs for quite some time, and now a new report aims to put a date on it.
To start 2018, Intel (and other CPU manufacturers) were faced with a sweeping critical issue in the form of Spectre and Meltdown hardware vulnerabilities.
A major design flaw in processors, with Intel-branded chipsets seeing the lion’s share of attention (but AMD and ARM are also vulnerable), has garnered necessary attention over the last several days, but now Intel says it’s about time to start calming down.
Intel Comments on Recently Discovered Design Flaw; macOS 10.13.2 Already Patched [Updated: ARM and AMD Respond]
The recently discovered design flaw in Intel-branded processors has gained plenty of attention, but now Intel is weighing in and trying to tame the spreading flames.
A fundamental design and security flaw has been discovered in Intel chips which would require a redesign of the Linux, macOS and Windows kernel to patch it. The workaround, however, will lead to a performance hit of anywhere between 5 to 30 percent.