“Apple’s acquisition of chip design firm P.A. Semi this week started tongues wagging about whether there was discord in Apple’s three-year old relationship with Intel. Not so, says Apple CEO Steve Jobs,” Nick Wingfield reports for The Wall Street Journal.
“In an interview after Apple reported earnings Wednesday, Jobs told the Business Technology Blog that the company’s relationship with Intel, the provider of microprocessors for its entire line of Macintosh computers, is still strong. ‘We have a great partnership with Intel,’ Jobs said. ‘We expect that to continue forever,'” Wingfield reports.
“Jobs said Apple… has no plans to go back to Power chips. ‘I wouldn’t lose too much sleep over that,’ he said. ‘We’re very happy with Intel,'” Wingfield reports.
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