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Broadcom lands $15 billion deal with Apple to sell it iPhone components

[2020-01-24 15:15:04]

Chipmaker Broadcom has inked two multi-year deals with Apple to sell it some $15 billion in wireless components for its iPhone product line, the company announced in an SEC filing on Thursday. The announcement did not specify which components Broadcom would provide to the iPhone maker. The deals apply to “Apple products launched during the ...

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