Apple has around 80 engineers working on developing its own proprietary custom power management chip, claims a new report. In doing so, the company could ditch the Anglo-German chipmaker Dialog Semiconductor, which it currently relies on for the iPhone, as soon as 2019. The news follows speculation that Apple is building its own GPU for […]
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