Intel’s recent pledge to expand its business making chips for
others highlights its ambition to snatch chip orders for Apple’s
popular iPhones from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. as
early as 2018, industry experts said.
Intel, the world’s largest chipmaker by revenue, announced earlier
this month that it will license technology from British mobile
chip designer ARM with the aim of securing more business from
smartphone companies. LG Electronics will become the first
smartphone company to adopt Intel chips following the ARM deal.
Would be a crazy story if Apple switched from Intel to AMD for x86 CPUs for the Mac, but switched to Intel for CPUs for iOS.