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Apple signs $600 million deal with European chipmaker Dialog

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Apple is buying part of Dialog Semiconductor, a chipmaker based in Germany. The iPhone manufacturer is interested in Dialog’s power-management technology and has put forward $300 million for it. On top of this, Apple has committed an additional $300 million to make purchases from other parts of Dialog’s business, making this the largest deal the company has undertaken. As part of the arrangement Apple will acquire patents from the chipmaker as well as 300 staff. See also: Apple’s proprietary software is blocking third parties from repairing Macs Apple’s Device Enrollment Program can leak sensitive information about devices and their owners… …Continue reading on BetaNews

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