Apple to buy part of supplier Dialog's business in $600 million deal
Thursday, 11 October 2018 () Apple has agreed to buy a portion of chip supplier Dialog Semiconductor Plc's business in a $600 million deal, the two companies said on Thursday, expanding the iPhone maker's chip operations in Europe.
Since the first iPhones a decade ago, Apple has used Dialog power-management chips to manage their battery life. Under the...
Apple is to pay $600 million to buy parts of its chip supplier Dialog Semiconductor. The deal includes patents, a team of 300 engineers, and Dialog offices in the UK, Italy, and Germany. It's a big deal for Apple which normally sticks to smaller, cheaper acquisitions. Business Insider reports the...
Apple has quietly been putting considerable effort into building faster and more efficient chips.
Tech Crunch reports the new chips help differentiate its hardware from the rest of the pack.