“Imagination Technologies is now licensing its PowerVR Series6 mobile graphics processing architecture, the next generation of the hardware found in Apple’s iPhone and iPad, to six key partners — three of which remain secret,” Sam Oliver reports for AppleInsider.
“The new processor, code-named ‘Rogue,’ was revealed to have been licensed by ST-Ericsson, Texas Instruments and MediaTek,” Oliver reports. “The remaining three partners are ‘yet to be announced,’ but given the fact that Apple is a major shareholder of the company, its involvement could be considered likely.”
Oliver reports, “As first reported by AppleInsider in 2008, Apple purchased a 3 percent stake in Imagination Technologies, and in 2009 the iPhone maker increased its share to 9.5 percent.”
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