“Qualcomm Inc., the world’s biggest maker of handset chips, is in talks to supply products for use in Apple Inc.’s iPhone, Chief Executive Officer Paul Jacobs said,” Bernard Lo and Mark Lee report for Bloomberg. “‘We continue to discuss it, but haven’t made it yet,’ Jacobs said in a Bloomberg Television interview in Hong Kong today. ‘Hopefully, in the future, we will have the opportunity.'”
“Qualcomm seeks to join suppliers including Toshiba Corp. and Infineon Technologies AG to win chip orders for the iPhone,” Lo and Lee report.
“Qualcomm will next year start selling chips for mobile phones that support China’s domestically developed TD-SCDMA, or time division synchronous code-division multiple access, technology, according to Adrian Fu, a Hong Kong-based public relations manager at the chip company, who attributed the information to Jacobs,” Lo and Lee report. “China Mobile Ltd., the world’s biggest phone company by users, had 1.66 million users for TD-SCDMA service on Sept. 30, according to its Web site.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “James W.” for the heads up.]