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Broadcom signs 2 new multi-year agreements with Apple, says it expects to generate $15B by supplying wireless chips for Apple devices released through mid-2023 (Mark Gurman/Bloomberg)

[2020-01-23 23:10:01]

Mark Gurman / Bloomberg: Broadcom signs 2 new multi-year agreements with Apple, says it expects to generate $15B by supplying wireless chips for Apple devices released through mid-2023  —  - Broadcom put its RF chip business up for sale last year  — Chipmaker to supply components for Apple devices into 2023

Broadcom signs 2 new multi-year agreements with Apple, says it expects to generate $15B by supplying wireless chips for Apple devices released through mid-2023 (Mark Gurman/Bloomberg)


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